Have an assistant place the selector in Drive and slowly accelerate to 60 mph. Left rear tire had been previously repaired at the dealer prior to our purchase. Please tell me my transmission isn't slipping! On the later stuff it's usually the reverse band that breaks and without warning. It's running at about 100 degrees above ambient temp. They continuously leak transmission oil on the ground at this crimp join. Below are several common things to check. Drove it home and a few days later my driver side wheel area makes this annoying ticking sound every time I make right sharp turns like example pulling in to my parking stall.
It has never exceeded 150 until today while just normal driving. The transmission line have been leaking. It is a fluid-filled coupling that acts as an intermediary between the engine and the transmission. There was no faults or failures displayed on the gadget. I've never had any issue with my truck cause it's all about keeping up with the service on it.
One time, however, there were several clunks, until I took my foot completely off the gas pedal. Filters get clogged over time and restrict the flow of transmission fluid. The heated seats are important for us due to back problems. Also, torque convertor locks up. I pulled an engine code P0894 Component in Transmission Slipping.
They said since no codes show on the computer I have to wait until I have a trailer behind it and am near a dealer that is near a steep grade to test it. The fluid will also last a little longer before it needs to be replaced. I feel because of the damage this oil causes to our fish stocks and the environment these hoses should be recalled and replaced a Chevrolet's expense. I believe the dealer, auto manufacturer, and the transmission manufacturer who is said to be providing direct instruction to the dealer on diagnostics and repair are placing me and others at serious risk of injury. Took it back then I was told that it was normal because of the way the truck is built. Original review: June 21, 2018 I love the Chevy Silverado! Buy one of the other two.
You should feel lock-up disengage and re-engage. This is obviously a defect, as I have 3 other chevy trucks, none of which have ever leaked from the trans lines, and some are over 10yrs old. I left the truck at his shop and he's supposed to work on it today. The Problem was the Radiator and the Convertor. While this is a very heavy duty transmission, it is not without faults and problems.
Everything is back to normal. If anyone is looking to purchase a newer Chevy truck please beware of the 8 speed transmissions as you will be paying your huge truck payment and very well may be replacing your transmission at the same time. I had a Ford truck once and it was great too, but this one had all the features I wanted so I bought it. They just hope to pass the repair bill for the 8 speed issues back to you at a later date. These hoses have aluminum pieces on each end and they seep oil at the joint where the aluminum joins a piece of rubber hose in the centre. It also was a 1500 series made without carpet which I loved so spills would not be soaked into any carpet. A re-manufactured transmission also comes with a : three years compared to 90 days for a rebuilt transmission.
I am fearful that this malfunction may cause the vehicle to be propelled into a vehicle in front of my, or worse, pinning a pedestrian between this vehicle and a fixed object. If you find one, fix it. The only way to know for certain is to follow the diagnostic procedure as outlined by General Motors. Some transmission failures are treatable, but many others are not because of both the close tolerances and the interdependencies of the many components contained within the transmission housing. If I had to improve anything it would be to put a better heater button in the truck.
He repeatedly duplicated the problem and experimented by shifting into neutral, shockingly, while in neutral, the transmission still seemed to engage the drive wheels as we approached a stop. They are also very quiet while driving. Also, there is the possibility of a physical obstruction or an auxiliary valve body cross leak. Going back to Toyota from now on. I'm going to keep an eye on it. And my transmission also seems confused when I step hard on gas. When a torque converters wears, its vanes start to bend, which means that it cannot accurately control the movement of fluid inside the bell housing, causing erratic performance.
Complaint Number: 10370503 Incident Date: December 12, 2010 Date Added to File: December 13, 2010 Description of the Complaint: Transmission coolant line leaking. It sits up higher than your average auto and this makes for better vision while traveling. This does not mean that there is no malfunction. Save your money and get a Ford. Want to make it last? To date so far, all attempts I've made to correct this problem, at kelowna chevy or head office have failed. Complaint Number: 10336172 Incident Date: April 15, 2010 Date Added to File: June 14, 2010 Description of the Complaint: My 2006 silverauto with the durmax engine and alison transmission. Other than changing oil and small maintenance we have never had any trouble with it.
I had the trans oil changed at 50,000 km. I was told it had to do with the leaf springs. Due to factors beyond the control of South Main Auto Repair, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. I took it down and replaced the filter and added about 5-6 quarts. For more information about reviews on ConsumerAffairs.