I did contact Chevrolet assistance in writing. Those that do not have the oil cooler have the base model radiator and a block off plate on the engine. There are a couple of ways that these can fail. I noticed my P,R,N,D,3,2,1 indicator light was off, could not read which gear , my tach wasn't moving, and lost my Speedo too. So new radiator time, plus a flush to get the stop leak out, plus do the water pump at the same time. As I said before, I can't be certain that a large transmission will fit without some parts rubbing, but with most mass-produced cars, they can take any of the factory-standard parts.
Other than that, the truck drives great. I also just replaced the radiator, the lower hose that connects to the radiator, and the heater hose so everything should run smoothly. However, 1st, look at the engine mounts. Tell them that you want the entire price written down and that you want them to sign it. It also smells like oil. C and they seem normal according to my book.
Then yesterday, I start the truck and let it warm up. It didn't matter if it was a long drive or short. So be careful, diagnose the problem first. All seems well but time and coolant system inspections will tell. Hopefully this new radiator is the cure!!! First check all of your. I had my manifold gasket replaced at 89,000 miles.
Being how I don't have the funds for this right now I guess my truck will be sitting around doing nothing for a while. I figure it is the manifold as all else says, but it is hard to see due to obstruction. Filter change every other if wise to extend. You can Google it and find a location near you to find someone who sells them. Then I tried to reverse again and it started making a clicking and whining noise and wouldn't back up. They also tell me I need intake gasket replaced, and then pointed to two other gm's in the parking lot that were there for the same thing.
The radiator was again leaking. . Maybe the intakes are similar on the larger engines. Troubleshooting the transmission in your Chevy Silverado may seem like a daunting task to someone who has never done it before, but there a several common things you can check for before you need to take the vehicle to a mechanic. Immediately followed by the transmission.
After that, he pulled the trannie pan, and did not see anything bad. Bubbles on the transmission dipstick are probably caused by the way it is running. I replaced the radiator myself but was unable to remove the heater hose due to a broken connector as expected. I can't dispute the above statement. The transmission is back in the shop now. I have changed the oil Mobil 1 faithfully since the day I picked it up from the dealer.
It was suggested that I remove the battery cable after each time I drove the vehicle. I had my manifold gasket replaced at 89,000 miles. Other than that I have no had any major problems with this truck. Then yesterday, I start the truck and let it warm up. Battery and alternator failed, short circuit fuse caused failure of brake lights and turn signals.
If you are going to tow a load get a heavier truck. It's just a matter of who will do it cheapest and can you trust them to put all of the bolts back when they're done. So I was going down the road and got up to speed and the shifting was significantly delayed. Being how I don't have the funds for this right now I guess my truck will be sitting around doing nothing for a while. When it does that, I shift to Neutral, start it back up, and keep going. You have been told some bad advice. You'll have to add the options again.
I would not worry about taking the trans pan down now to you get this electrical problem fixed. 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 have changed the oil Mobil 1 faithfully since the day I picked it up from the dealer. I towed a travel with it about once a month. Then looking at pan, he said based on the codes that are being thrown, it sounds internal. This has been annon going problem.
He suggests topping fluids first! If this is the case, the speedometer will be bouncing too. For their medium- and heavy duty trucks, manual transmissions from Eaton Fuller and Rockwell were available, while automatic transmissions from Allison were available. Thanks for the advice about looking out of town. I checked the dipstick for water in the oil and it was only showing oil on it, no signs of water or anitfreeze in the oil. It's an automatic by the way. 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.