It seems to happen after I have driven at least 20 miles. Otherwise, 2-4 band is worn out. Also it's very hesitant in picking up speed when passing even with major tune-ups at Chevy dealerships only to be serviced. I figure it is the manifold as all else says, but it is hard to see due to obstruction. The gears don't care if it says dexos or mercon or chevron or toyota fluid.
If it is connected correctly to the speedo and trans, but not working, disconnect the cable from the speedo and the transmission. Different types of trans fluids are different viscosity just like engine oil, so using universal trans fluids can be just like using the wrong weight of engine oil in your car. Transmission must be removed and rebuilt. On wet pavement the transmission catches and spins the rear wheeels causing the vehicle to go side ways. You'll need to get a new one.
Rear of transmission needs to be fixed. No reverse and only had 1st and 2nd. The rear seal is leaking and was replaced already at 18,600 the front brakes were repaired at 25,600 then at 35,300 the entire front brakes completely replaced rotors and all problems with calipers the repairing dealer claimed it wsn't covered under warranty even though all repairs we done by Chevrolet dealers. Maybe the intakes are similar on the larger engines. When car has been turned off for a bit, then back on it will run normally. No need to have all the rust and salt falling into your eyes as you work. Fixed it myself at 290,000.
You can this without taking the motor out. If you live in a colder climate that will be used in 0 degree temp then use an automatic transmission fluid. So be careful, diagnose the problem first. It wont leak very much. If you do this yourself, I would highly recommend not messing with trying to replace the original o-ring unless it is torn for some reason.
Seal restorer may fix last problem, but probably remove and rebuild needed. Once you remove as much fluid as you can, make the vehicle level again and put enough fluid in to where it's level with the drain hole. The only thing that I feel that will last longer than my payments is the motor. I have an older 93 silverado and was looking into what the pressure should be at both the high and low psi ports. I also have a rattle under the vehicle that the dealer says that is the shocks.
Overrun clutches will be worn out after 30 seconds of this behavior. The temperature on which you will be using it and the type of load you put it under plays more of a role in the type of fluid than any owners manual will ever give you. You don't need any solder just heat the cold solder joints for 3-5 seconds until the solder melts and this will re-connect the contacts. Not too sure what this is. If level does not go down when engine is running, the pump is broken.
No 2nd or 4th gear. You could theoretically repair the old one, but why bother. It has been considered to be the best rendition of the finest overdrive automatic transmission ever produced. It did appear the truck was used for some towing duties it certainly has all the right options. Do I need to look in the glovebox, if I do what chart do I look at to identify tranny and fluid. If it ain't true, don't say it. Answer I find that they are low on freon by now which is normal as they lose a little every year passed the compressor seal.
If they won't go along with that, go to a different shop. Ask for a new accumulator installed but they will prob. I took it to a friends tranny shop and he reset a code and it shifts great now. It May Be At The Top Or Bottom. The hotter the transmission gets, the worse it performs.
I do enjoy the truck, but he disclosed that he had to replace a bunch of parts on it already. Remove The Cover You Will Find 3 Relays On One Side In A Row The Top One Will Be Next To A Relay The Same Size As The Others. It happens all the time I'm sure! Over some General service mechanic every time especially one that says he read the label on a 55 gallon drum, so this is why he's right!! I have battled and repaired the brake system since purchasing the truck. I would see if it's just low on freon. Worst case: poor line pressure rise see below. On my truck the bolts are rusted and seized, I tried copious amounts of penetrating oil to no avail. I decided to go ahead and get it done before it got any worse.