We are more than happy to help you figure out why a shop wants to charge you for a repair, and we will tell you if it is unusually high. Pressure will bleed between circuits and cause clutches to slip and burn. If you don't understand what these things are, you probably aren't ready to dig into the 700R4. Very sensitive to tire pressure. We're not super strict here, but for most of our posts we follow a question-response format.
Who can say for certain??? I got very good at driving with just first and second without over-revving. That kind of performance requires steady maintenance and a quick response to problems like slipping gears. The dealer ingnors any problem you have. This same pressure also applies the 3-4 clutch. Sharing personal information, or specifics on is not allowed. The silverado did not have a 5. Heck of a way to.
It is however related since the 2nd servo is also the 3rd accumulator. If these sealing rings leak. It comes down to if you want to go through the trouble to figure it out and fix it, or if you want to sell it for a quick buck and let someone else have an awesome truck. . All posts without this information may be subject to being removed. Tell them that you want the entire price written down and that you want them to sign it. I might check into that when I get home from work today.
We i pulled it down, i found a piece of seal Mecanics call it swatch seal it was on te top of te valve body. It is the vast minority of them that are experiencing this issue. I can shift the truck out of park if I crawl underneath it but the lever won't move. There are several other items that affect the 3-4 clutch as well. Does anyone have any advice on how to fix this? If the sealing ring fails, apply pressure to the clutch will bleed off and the clutch will slip and burn. Also take a good look at the fluid. Your Chevy Silverado pulls its weight and whatever else you throw at it, no matter how tough the situation.
My old girl has 320k miles and I'd like to get her back on the road. Yep I am in the shaking club. I have been playing with the tv cable, which some people call the throttle valve cable, which I believe is the vacuum cable. If I was a journalist, I would ask the owner of the truck for a test drive to experience what he was experiencing then go to the same dealership to test drive a new truck especially as one of the owners said of having experienced the issue from Day One; I would also take the truck to someone I considered as being an expert mechanic who could diagnosis what might be the cause of the problem and what might be necessary to fix. But on the transgo jr shift kit that I purchased it states that it will correct the 2-3 cutloose. The transmission in this case will contain pressure switches, a torque converter clutch solenoid, shift control solenoids and a duty cycle controlled pressure control solenoid. The early 700R4 had numerous design changes to make it more robust.
Please report bad advice to the mod team. It's 4 gears, Longitidal mount and then the 60,65,80 is the service rating or how strong it is with higher numbers being better. If you want to totally flush out the system you need to take it to a shop that has the equipment to do so. I put about a 1000 miles on it, when I noticed when driving it my gas milage dropped off and it felt like the brakes were applied. Being a former Chevrolet Technician I can tell you that is a common failure on the early model 700R4. Figured it had the heavier one anyway.
Extended Cab Pickup, Transmission model: 4L60-E. I speak from personal experience as we repaired the early model frequently for burned 3-4 clutch plates which is very likely the problem the earlier posters had. One with a white box around it and one without. I returned a 14 Sierra 2 wheel drive after 3 months and 3 grand on the clock…. I am worried that the clutch pack may be out.
With that, I have no doubt that people have experienced vibrations. I have an 89 Chevy truck myself and the spot on the gauges that show what gear you're in on mine gets caught up. Something I should add concerning any automatic transmission: Before you get too deep into trying to fix it, drop the pan and check out the amount of metal on the magnet. Hollingsworth bought the Silverado new and states that the shaking began within weeks of driving it off the lot. The accumulator is a piston with a sealing ring around it. If you are making a Second Opinion post, then please do not name the shops specifically.
It never had a problem but I took it in anyway. This closes the 3rd accumulator checkball and forces the servo back releasing the 2-4 band. Chevrolet Silverado automatic transmission parts from AutoZone bring back that smooth power transfer you need when you are digging in and working hard. Various publicly-available videos show the trucks exhibiting similar behavior. We put in a carrier bearing and it was gone.