93 chevy 1500 transmission




93 chevy 1500 transmission

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  • I have a 94 Chevy Silverado 2wd 4L60e transmission. I had no . We have the same issue with our 93 gmc sierra 4x2. Wont shift into.

    Swap a 97 4L60e for 93 4L60 - is it possible I can take out my bad Will a 96 L1 transmission work on a93 chevy pickup.

    Your large and powerful Chevrolet C knows how to get the job done right. A faulty transmission that leads to lagging acceleration and lack of motion makes.

    93 chevy 1500 transmission

    93 chevy 1500 transmission

    Do do I have a 4L60 or 4LE? With everything you need to get a new 4L60E transmission into your car smoothly, you can be back on the road in no time. Regular code readers like a snap-on mt can read transmission data, as where other odb2 readers will not. Check the books if you don't believe me. Also has electrical differences:

    93 chevy 1500 transmission

    93 chevy 1500 transmission

    93 chevy 1500 transmission

    93 chevy 1500 transmission

    93 chevy 1500 transmission

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    Asked by lostsoul Jan 17, at It has been sitting a year. She said years ago they had tranny trouble; it would stay in low. She took it to a shop where she said they cleaned a switch and reset the computer.

    After that it worked fine for a long time, then would intermittently have the same problem, then be fine. I got the truck and it wouldn't shift out of low. I pulled the pan, which was real clean, just a very light coating of gray. I changed the solinoid, new fluid and filter.

    93 chevy 1500 transmission

    I also noticed the speedometer wasn't working. I then changed the speed pickup on the transfer case, which did not help the speedometer. Now the truck will shift manually, but when you put it in drive, it free wheels: The computer just checks code If you put it in drive, it stays in low.

    If you put it in low and lift the handle, it will go into second immediately and when you move to drivenothing. Will a bad computer do this? Today I must have gotten my 20 minutes on the computer, because I got error code 16, which is vehicle speed buffer!

    93 chevy 1500 transmission

    I need to know where it is ThanksStuck in the 70's. Robert answered 7 years ago. I have a 94 Chevy Silverado 5. An the TCC solenoid the signals from the power control model tells it when to shift check the Orange an yellow wire on the harness that connects to your driver side fire wall.

    I have a 94 Chevy Silverado just used trany in it and it won't shift out makes noise going up hill. Frederick answered 3 years ago. I had a similar problem a few weeks ago. Speedometer stopped working and my truck stopped shifting.

    I changed the speedometer censor located at the on the tail end of the transmission on the driver side. Tooloose answered 3 years ago. If you have a trans code reader and it codes 72 have a dealer check for bad selector switch. Regular code readers like a snap-on mt can read transmission data, as where other odb2 readers will not.

    93 chevy 1500 transmission

    Specialized tools are required to accurately diagnose trans problems! Leave this to the professional trans shops or GM Trained Professionals, it will get fixed faster, and cost less in the long run. Time is money, don't waste either guessing. Reggie answered 3 years ago.

    Dwreck answered 3 years ago. Jody answered 3 years ago. I have a 94 Chevy just put a tranny in and 1 and 2 nd work good but nothing in drive. ARABengineer answered 3 years ago. Michael answered 3 years ago. Defeojack1 answered 3 years ago. Yes that's has happen to two of my 93 Chevy Silverado 4x4 , 1 and 2 fine then free wheel in overdrive. Just change - solenoids first and if that doesn't work change the computer per Ebay it's the cheapest.



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