We thought the termostact got stuck and replaced it. This will have the added benefit of ensuring that the gear teeth have a good layer of oil on them when it's time to get moving again. I would probably have to suggest that you take it in and have diagnostics ran. No movement in any gear: pump failure, or total loss of fluid. Jon 2-22-10 I have a 97 Z71.
I would not worry about taking the trans pan down now to you get this electrical problem fixed. The first to second gear shift is late and harsh. My friends Saturn does the same, it wants different shift patterns. Only one wire should now be hot. Took me forever to get those things open. This does not mean that there is no malfunction. No burnt oil, or leaks.
Just like when the clutch slips, trouble shifting gears is another sign the clutch may need to be replaced. Given the condition of the coolant the consumer proceeded to flush the system. After driving at highway speeds, and slowing back to normal stop and go driving, the vehicle bangs into second gear. Anyone who can help would be greatly appriciated. Ben 10-26-09 Have a 99 chevy s10 do not shift from 1st to 2nd I change the shifting selenoide but still not working. Trans has 1st and 2nd gear and shifts ok between the two.
All codes in the computer will flash three times, starting with the lowest code, until all codes have been displayed. When you let go of the clutch it has small but powerful springs usually 4 or 6 of them that push a steel pressure plate together with the clutch plate. Then looking at pan, he said based on the codes that are being thrown, it sounds internal. All fluid pumped out through the vent tube: Plugged cooler line. When it shifts to 3rd it slips and the engine over revs over 3,000 rpm and pretty much loses it. If there is power there then you would need to go into the transmission and check all the solenoids. Was told that the only problem was they had to have the transmission replaced at 20,000.
Additionally, there is a modification to be made to the auxiliary valve body gasket that has to be made in certain transmissions. It sounds electrical but idk. I intend to turn the other shop into the better business bureau, but not before I confront them about what they tried to do. I could tell I was in drive from feeling. When the clutch plate is gone, you don't go.
The job of the clutch is to transfer power from the engine to the transmission. Look for signs of wear. For a complete test procedure, refer to the appropriate shop manual. All the other shifts are fine. If out of fluid, avoid running the engine until the transmission is refilled to avoid pump damage. The contact stated that the work was not performed upon sale of the vehicle. This can create a dangerous situation if someone tries to turn around and needs reverse or needs to drive at high speed such as on a limited access highway.
I have to slow down or pull over to have it engage again from 1st. Bubbles on the transmission dipstick are probably caused by the way it is running. No burnt oil, or leaks. To me Chevrolet has a bad transmission problems and geling problems in these Blazer getting away with it. Trans not separated during rebuild, bottom end of motor was okay. I take very good care of it and usually just drive it to work and back. See, I said they operated reverse.
He suggests topping fluids first! Always begin computer system checks by accessing the computer's diagnostic circuit. Robert 3-11-13 No poweu y. It won't climb hills well at all. Consumer states that the transmission is currently changing correctly, however now there is a fluid leak, dealer wants to charge consumer for these repairs. Karl 10-14-08 Vehicle is 96 chevy 1500 extended cab.