Transmission replaced and went out again a week later. In conclusion, I want to emphasize that the most important things that will tell you that you have a solenoid or internal transmission sensor problem is: One, you'll have a specific transmission diagnostic trouble code. It's decent on gas, rides great, has power windows, power steering, and four wheel drive. Try not to run or drive the car or further damage could result. The clutch pack he put in my 92 was an Alto clutch pack, But he installed a different one in my 98. The dealers solution is to not use 4wd unless absolutely vital.
Gm has replaced the transmission and the problem still happens. You'll need to take it to a specialty shop if it's anything serious, like a valve body or worn clutch pack. Both times I was informed that the dealers could not find any issues that were the basis of my complaint. And the solenoids are active even when it doesn't shift into 3rd or 4th? Seems to be ok now, but for how long? Other than changing oil and small maintenance we have never had any trouble with it. I havent had the opportunity to tear into it yet but am looking forward to it this weekend.
I was able to get to the shoulder of the road where the vehicle wouldn't start. When I asked him about a warranty he said how long of a warranty do you want because it won't fail wen I am done with it. In this video I show you the common problems that you might have if you own a 1988 to 1998 Chevrolet truck. Very accommodating and nice Dealership too. Original review: May 5, 2019 Bought truck brand new. Just bought this truck and noticed on the roof the paint is bubbling and corroding. It hauls everything we need easily and has a good tow package.
Whenever I talk to him on the phone or stop buy he explains in detail everything he is going to do. Diagnosing this took 4 visits. It is essentially an all wheel drive car. As far as the pump is concerned. They supposedly fix it, the next day it was doing the same thing. If im folowing you right i would remove the lights and see what happens.
Dealer was out of business, and the manufacturer said there was no recall. I am starting to feel that the 3-4 chutch pack is probably gone, from what Im getting from alot of the other people that I talk to. Mine works better now then when it was new. If the steering wheel is turned the truck jerks and shudders. I moved twice with this truck and hauled innumerable trailers and home improvement equipment.
If I had to improve anything it would be to put a better heater button in the truck. Consumer is considering getting a second opinion. It could be a turbo 350 or a turbo 400 for autos. If not, you might have a defective shift solenoid. When hitting bumps and applying the brakes, there is a noise. I needed my truck done on a certain day because I was going out of town and the one part came late and this guy worked on my truck until one in the morning so I could still go out of town with it. The mechanic suggests new parts need to be put in.
Is the service engine soon light on?? Must be removed and transmission rebuilt. The caller stated she already had the brakes fixed, but wanted her vehicle added to recall. The transmission was stuck in 3rd gear when I was in Drive, so when I would start out, it would accelerate slowly until up to speed. Another appointment was made with dealership. Transmission replaced again, at owner's expense. It is drivable until it breaks.
They told him they were not recalling the caller's vehicle. They are also very quiet while driving. Internal crossleak feeding the forward clutches all the time. How many miles are on the truck?? The caller had some close calls. It's a big car with a truck bed in the back. There is a very good chance it is time for an overhaul. The manual transmission will get 12 in the city and 17 on the highway.
Really, this is 2nd winter, I make sure to turn everything off. Reason: Tried to make it a little more comprehensible, not sure if I was successful. After a while I started up my truck, and test drove it again and the whole problem went away. It has great miles per gallon and it handles very well while driving it. You could probably repair simple things, like front or rear seals or c … hanging the filter and fluid, but anything more complex will require a specialist.
Whenever I talk to him on the phone or stop buy he explains in detail everything he is going to do. The bottom line is there is a braking system failure which Chevy knows about but is unwilling to do anything about. Left rear tire had been previously repaired at the dealer prior to our purchase. I have a 1998 4X4 Silverado Z71, Automatic Transmission. She said there was a recall on other years, but this model year was not included. The mechanic replaced the front brake pads, which did not remedy the problem.