All those… Yes it will fit right in there. Patrick As just said, these trans are notorious for shift solenoid failure. It takes an experienced person to replace rear gears. Hello to everyone, I have a question for you all. The wire colors should match. Then there is a case when my friend tried to shift 1st gear somehow and it just jumped into the second gear and stayed there so he couldn't shift to a different gear. I changed the 2-3 solinoid, new fluid and filter.
No resistance on anything at all except terminals A and D. But in your case the 2 ingines are the same. So luckily there's a noticeable difference between gears. As long as it is the same transmission 4L60E in the donor vehicle and your truck they show the same part number. I don't not know why that 4x4 linkage is so close to the wiring ont the trans though.
Or to the side cant remember witch is witch the dif would be the valve b … odys they changed from hydrol. I will not replace anything until I can get some help to confirm 99% what the issue is. The only way to know is to drop the tranny and take out the torque converter. The computer just checks code 12. A quick test of solenoid operation; with the transmission harness disconnected and the test harness attached apply 12 volts to terminal E while grounding terminal A or terminal B listen for the clicking of the solenoid. A didn't have a wire on the harness and D was black.
In my opinion I think your Ignition switch is ok if you have B+ voltage to the Trans fuse. He needs it fixed asap. It's really easy to test which gear the transmission is in as I live in the mountains in Montana. The issue is that the transmission 4l60E is in limp mode. I didn't do this part, so I don't know what kind of adapters are needed. In the glove box of the vehicle glued to the bottom interior surface is a list of mfg inc options for the vehicle. If your talking about auto and they are both overdrive then check the wire plugin on the trans on the driver side just behind the shift linkage and above pan to see if its the same between the two.
Shop says it needs to be rebuilt. The harness letters didn't match up to the colors. He also checked the transmission fluid and it looked cleaned and had no burnt smell to it. Or an ignition switch issue? I then changed the speed pickup on the transfer case, which did not help the speedometer. Can be verified by checking with round connector on right side of trans disconnected, verify if corrosion first, oh and please check fuses first. If you don't connect this, the tranny won't upshift and you won't have a speedo. There are two solenoids on the front passenger side of the valve body.
And i need help i jacked up back up to where tires off the ground i and put Tranny fluid d in Tranny fluid is good cover from around flywheel is out of that be thedamn 803 put fuild in Tranny fluid is good. Are they both pointed upward. What have you done so far to find the problem or added to the trans to correct the problem? The average Joe can do it but plan on buying, borrowing or renting certain things to make sure you do the job correct, otherwise you will be doing it all over again. Next check any connectors that you can find as well as ground wires for corrosion. Wont shift into second until we let off the gas then itll shift but then theres no over drive. I'm really sorry but I'm not into cars that much. My main issue is that when the transmission fuse is pulled, the wire from the ignition switch provides sufficient voltage 12-14.
Making me think that the part the the harness plugs into has failed. Pink was on C, yellow and light green were on F and G. My brother has a 1995 Chevrolet Silverado 4X4 Extended cab pickup truck and the tranny has started to act up today. Oh yeah I have a 97 gmc k2500 350 4l80e Chasitylori answered 2 years ago We have the same issue with our 93 gmc sierra 1500 4x2. He suggested that doing an ohm test on the solenoids first. This solenoid opens a fluid port on body valve to permit shift of respective gear.
I need to know where it is. The vibration may also come from the driveshaft in need of some new universal joints. Thanks again for all of your help. I dont think that the 95 would have the same set up when 96-7 wouldnt also. The codes the computer gave me were all solenoid related. Remember to disconnect all voltage from the system to do a resistance test. Using scanner, activate 1-2nd shift solenoid, using screwdriver or other means, listen for audible click from trans oil pan.