There's not much you can do aside from getting it rebuilt. For this reason your shop is likely to see many 4L60E transmissions. Refer to the shop manual for the correct voltage readings for your specific vehicle. Think of it as you would taking care of a new pair of shoes. Chances are the clutch disks are simply worn out.
First mark the drive shaft location at both ends. We offer an extended Warranty 2 Year 50,000 Mile Warranty, or a 3 Year 100,000 Mile Warranty for an additional charge. Core Information: Buyer is required to swap a good core for this transmission otherwise there will be a core charge in addition to the above price. Last, but not least, check the booster valve. And what typ of trans fluid its a 4l60e I believe. It will vary as you move it. Clean well and install new U-Joint and expansion clips provided.
Also when I do tow a trailor I cut off Over Drive I was told by someone here to do that because those trans heat up fast. The 3 Most Common Problems With The 4L60E Transmission Posted by on Monday, April 29th, 2013 The 4L60E is probably the single most popular automatic transmission currently in use by American consumers. I just figured it was from the rebuild and I know how things kind of set in and you have a few issues. So my question is 1 Do you think my transmission is okay it shifts fine a little rough but has always been that way even after the rebuild. Check out one next time your in some parts store. When trans was rebuilt the guy who is well known told me for no more than I am towing I didnt need the cooler.
. Replace the new hub over the groved axle and put everything back together. Posted on Jun 11, 2008 i had this problem with my 1999 jeep grand cherokee laredo with the brake lights it kept popping fuses right after the ignition was turned on try putting a higher amp fuse in place of the old one that keeps blowing then check for shorts to the starter and check grounds and wires and also the transmission issue check the fluid and then if the fluid is fine change the transmission filter the filter may have not gotten replaced when the transmission was rebuilt and may be clogged or dirty Oct 04, 2012 That should be the L60-4 truck version Have the sedan version, 93 Caprice. Bet you can't drive like a nut with the landscape equipment in tow! You should be fine, T. Well I didnt ask him to ck the fluid. I have a small trailor 5x8 that I haul a riding mower on and a push mower with a weed eater and my gas. Finally, take a look at the bore in which the piston rides in.
Anyway the trans has been rebuilt and its been fine. You want to make sure it is not broken. Not towing myself anymore but did once - a lot and paid for it for not adding extra cooling. There are many different version of this transmission model available so please call for additional details. I will run to the store get me some trans fluid and add it slowly. That was the first year of the new electronic shifting transmission. Well I checked it tonight while the truck was warm and hot and the stick has pinkish fluid on it but its in the cold part of the stick.
If you put it in the speedo wont work and you will need to install a T. Make sure the walls of the piston bore do not have any heavy scuff marks. So while I had it in the shop I had the guy to tighten the fittings down. First, check the condition of the spring found inside the accumulator. Look for signs of wear.
If this is the case, you are bound to find a lot of debris in the transmission pan. However a few months back I had a trans leak. I am really hoping that I havent messed anything up your input would be great again thanks. I cant remember who told me here when towing cut the overdrive off due to how quickly they heat up. Reinsall Drive Shaft to markings. Remove the bolts holding the U-Joint together and drop the driveshaft. Cut trans lin … es to radiator easier to do this than disconnect - buy compression fitting at Menards for re-installation.
It requires a special tool to change the bushing. This should be a 700 R4 they're a pretty easy transmission to rebuild, however you want to do it sooner than later. Most of the time you will need to loosen the exahaust. Use of a updated hardened spline sun shell helps prevent. Im thinkin about installing a free flowing air filter to try to improve it, i have already done a complete tune up incl … uding plugs, wires, cap, rotor, and fuel filter.