Have a drain pan handy you must remove … all of the bolts securing the pan first. Pull the transmission dipstick located near the firewall in most cars. Have a box of Band-Aids ready. After extensive research on line I have been told this truck takes a 700R4, 4L60, 4L60E, and a 4L80E I can't seem to find a consensus and I want to order a replacement online and don't want to have to return it because I ordered the wrong transmission. Place your gasket on the pan, don't need to use sealent but you can use a little dab to hold gasket.
Without servicing the filter, there is no way to know if the filter is clean of debris or nearing capacity. It has a standard 190-horsepower 5. Once the seal is out take the new one, oil it up and slide it on the tube of the filter and install in the trans. Inspect the pan before cleaning. If a felt filter becomes clogged it must be replaced.
I just did a flush. In addition to the above: I couldn't gain access to the Torx bolts securing the cable bracket. Obtain the total system capacity of the vehicle from the manufacturer. Welcome to your best source of information for automotive and light truck oil and fluid capacities. You can share this information with your friends Copyright © 2012-2019,. When empty, the transmission takes 2.
It'll be on the inside bottom so you'll have to empty the glovebox of whatever's in it to read the listing. And if it had a turbo 400, the mod is held in by a little bracket. If doing a complete fluid replacement, follow the steps in instruction 11. First you must unscrew the oil filter and remove the 2 lines going into the adaptor. So I would look at the fluid first. When it is holding to the bottom of the hot range as it approaches operating temperature, take it for a spin.
Tranny fluid is great stuff; works good lasts a long time. More likely the trans is a 4L60 or 4L60E depends on the time of the year. Refer to a listing, such as the one found on Drivetrain. The o-ring is actually a metal ring that has a rubber coating on the inside. 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!! You can barely see it and reach it from the top of the engine compartment on the driver's side. By voluntarily undertaking any exercise displayed on this website, you assume the risk of any resulting injury. If that's the case then electrically operated shift solenoids were used; they're located inside the tranny on the valve assembly.
If the filter is nearing capacity, transmission failure may not be far off. It is held from above by two torx head cap screws. Hey guys, I have around 65k on my 07 and was going to do a tranmission service at the dealer. If you have 16 it's a 4L60, 17 is what I have and it's a 4L80. Some take motor oil, some take auto trans oil, some gear oil, and others take manual trans fluid. If you can do it this way, there was less than a quart in the pan when I dropped it and it didn't spill at all.
I've seen where it shows it may have either a 4L60E or a 4L80E. I went synthetic on the new fluid along with transfer case and diff. Each of these models were manufactured by a different company and each employed its own design changes. I took the Tahoe in a few months ago for this service but they talked me into a flush. . If you do that, it is a pretty straight operation and can be done by anyone with the right tools and a little knowledge about working on cars. Also, if I buy a rebuild kit for the trans, what tranny does this truck have? Said it drove well when he parked it, but it had seemed to be losing power he thought a bad fuel pump.
I haven't pulled the pan yet to check what's in the bottom of the pan. If it ain't right, don't do it. The best and most common way is to remove the spedo gear. I am sure you have a 4L60E however. If you live in a colder climate that will be used in 0 degree temp then use an automatic transmission fluid.