Go to an auto parts store and buy either a Haynes manual, or a Chiltons manual for the Yukon. The best thing you can do is plug a code scanner in and see what issues may be going on with it. Drain case, drain plug 18mm 3. Let's turn the page and find out more about the specific symptoms a 4L60-E with internal damage. Transmission Shifts either from Vacume or electrical. Faulty Throttle Cable or Vacuum Modulator Depending on how old your car is, you may have a faulty throttle cable or vacuum modulator to deal with.
But, when it fails to do so, there must be an internal hitch affecting the performance. Sometimes, the cooler inside the radiator can leak and spoil the radiator coolant. If there are any transmission related codes, you have a great place to start. The fluid keeps everything both lubricated and cooled. The 3-4 clutches have failed, a common problem in this trans since 1981. Put it in drive - nothing, go to 1stthe and it grabs, you manually shift it, works great, even drops down gears and then changes great.
If they did it 2 years ago and you only got a 1 year warranty they probably won't charge you the full price to fix it but it's probably not going to be real cheap. The main thing is to do a fluid and filter change if it has a filter regularly and make sure fluid levels are good all the time. Does anyone have an idea of what the issue may be? I hear a pop and my tahoe stops pulling and no reverse either it just revs up. Stab case ensuring the gasket is still in place 6. Does anyone have an idea of what themayis be? Did you find and correct the condition? I'm having the exact problem originally stated by dfrinzi. It feels so different going down the highway that it can be confused for a lack of overdrive.
Note, our fill plug was stuck so instead of cracking case attempting to break plug loose we just took off sensor on right side of tailshaft and filled through that hole with hand pump. Loosen last nut and let oil drain in pan 6. Refer to Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections and Connector Repairs in Wiring Systems. And yes they are kinda simple. Just like the original poster, my speedometer is always at zero.
I can get the front one in but can't seem to get enough pressue to get the rear socket mounted. Slide case back, kick tail shaft up, turn case at an angle and it will clear the crossmember. It may also totally stall the shifting. If the ignition wire and the white wire transmission control are not powered at the same time, the trans will go into limp mode. That may be keeping you from getting things lined up for you. It changes 1st and 2nd gear fine but never changes into 3rd gear and above, what you will notice is the engine speed going higher as you accelerate but the gear will never change. Reverse works fine, and if I manually put the transmission in 1st or 2nd it works fine.
If you have no doubt, go ahead and skip to the next section. Since the transmission is a closed system, low levels are often the result of this. Wouldn't pick up speed until about 30 mph. . The overdrive gear is gear number four. Put it in drive and punch it real hard. Jw if this problem was resolved and how to go about it thanks.
Tsukasa Azuma is an awesome car blogger of Car From Japan. Considering the adapter lasted 17 years with 75 pound transfer case hanging off of it is impressive. Took a 60 mile round trip, left the engine running when I stopped by a couple stores and a friends house for maybe fifteen minutes each with the doors locked. How many miles on it since the work was done? I have a 2002 Mercury Stabler Car starts up fine but will not move. We did ohm test on wires from sensors and they all read 4. I have the same problem and have not found a solution. Take off both drive shafts this makes getting to nuts so much easier and you do not fight trying to stab the front shaft while trying to stab 6 studs through adapter, might as well replace u joints if they have movement if none just shoot em with grease.
This is not to mention the problems that overheating can cause over time. The most common problem that is a false flag for the loss of overdrive would be when the torque converter fails to lock up. Low Level of Fluid Overheating could be a reason for the gear to stick and the low fluid level is the culprit for making the transmission overheated. Pull on cable until the cable touches the gear shift lever. I'm assuming you have the 4L60E trans it is possible that you have the 4L80E in which case it would be a problem with the direct clutch drum.