Should be a snap after the cross member it removed. Drain oil from transfer case. The pump creates hydraulic pressure to make the valves shift through the gears and circulate fluid throughout the transmission. With the starter out of the way, you get access to the 3 bolts holding the flexplate to the torque converter. How can you tell if your automatic transmission has failed? The case is typically mounted to the housing by four bolts.
No lube, i put mine in the trans, then slipped the tube in it, just make sure the tube is clean! It takes time for vibrations, corrosion and things like that to damage them. Is there a special tool that I need to have in order to reach them? Remove exposed bolts on base of housing. I tried this and failed miserably. What did trhe remove and install section say to do? You can just put a light tin dust cover on it. I ordered the proper torsion bar unloading tool. Install any top side parts that you removed during transmission removal. The bracket for it uses two bolts on the pan.
Tip: Use colored markers to mark connectors and hoses for easy and correct installation. Has anyone else had this problem? Also you can get the information off of Mitchell, Alldata or Shopkey…. Aside from that, every bolt came off very easy except the transfer case rubber mount, the bolt on that I need to inspect because it took a breaker bar to get it all the way off. I am referring to the very top of the bellhousing. Continue the disassembly by removing the air cleaner and the throttle linkage cable or rods. I ran the engine and let the trams pump most of the fluid from the pan so I could drop it without a mess.
Hold swivel against shift lever. Remove fuel lines and retainers from rear crossmember. Do i need to remove the transmission cross member? Remove 8 shift lever boot mounting screws and boot. Remove shift lever retainer screws and retainer if equipped. Support transfer case with jack.
Yes, that is how you know the converter is mounted correctly, there should be a small gap, then you pull the converter to the flywheel. Step 3 — Remove pan bolts and pan Using a 10mm socket and extension, remove the transmission pan bolts. They are under firewall, so cant be reached from above. With the transmission balanced on the jack, slide the jack under the vehicle. Drain the fluid, and unbolt it.
On a Chevrolet truck or car running a V6 or V8 engine, a set of transmission cooler lines typically runs from the front of the vehicle by the radiator into the transmission. This article applies to the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2014-present. If your transmission pan is bad, then it has to be replaced. Next time hope there isn't one it will be easy. I bought that Yukon for less then trade in value. All Data is almost a copy of the factory manual. Remove the converter from the plate and secure it to the body of the transmission.
It must just be me. You may be able to snake around the cable to get to the bolts, but if not, remove the cable from the bracket. The rebuilt transmission has no holes in it for a dust cover. This article applies to the Chevrolet Silverado. This will increase the work space on the top side of the transmission enabling you to use a ratchet and long extension to remove the upper bell housing bolts. Now, slide the transmission out from underneath the vehicle.
Remove cotter pin, clevis pin, clevis, and nut from brake cable. Keep track of and label all of your hardware, clips, and retainers. It is a little heavy. Care should be taken not to break the plastic connectors. If you can not find it all data has great support on stuff. I moved the lines to the driver side so I could also capture the fluid in the coolers. I try to turn the bolt on the flywheel and the whole assembly turns on me?? It can come loose and wreak havoc inside the transmission.