Car can be safely driven in D. Just don't want to do the job just to find out I left something out after I've reinstalled. Transmission must be removed and rebuilt. A lot of 1994-95 gm were a change over years from obd-1 to obd-11. If I back off the throttle slightly it seems like maybe it catches 3rd sometimes but mostly not. Note that a leaking front seal usually means the bushing is walking out. All fluid pumped out through the vent tube: Plugged cooler line.
I believe the solution to my problem is behind whatever this scanner will tell me. Transmission must be removed and rebuilt. No 2nd or 4th gear. Replace all seals and clutches and sealing rings and thrust washers and check all plastic hard parts for wear. Just don't want to do the job just to find out I left something out after I've reinstalled.
Still, with that kind of mileage, wear is to be expected. Remove transmission and rebuild, or refill pan and find the leak. If not already replaced done replace the sun shell gear and shell with the updated heavy duty one. If the problem is internal and a lot of miles on transmission. My transmission won't shift any higher than 2nd gear.
But, you need a lot of time for this. If you're seeing signs that your transmission's performance is going, it's a good idea to be ready before it happens. A high end high dollar scanner that will read out transmissiuon data on that year. I can hook up an engine scanner to see if any codes come up but I'm not so sure. It is possible to remedy a fluid problem by removing the checkball from its cage in the case in the rear of the transmission may help must remove valve body , or adding a high-viscosity additive or other seal restorer product.
I had my transmission read with a snap-on transmission capable scanner and found out that my problem is an internal mechanical problem. I want to make sure I'm getting something that will work in my truck. Thanks How is the fluid and fluid level and filter? Rear of transmission needs to be fixed. Shift suddenly become very hard. Fix as soon as possible or hard parts will eventually break.
Other tools are easy if you have some mechanical sense. Loud bang, grinding sound, loss of all gears, and a binding driveshaft: Snapped output shaft. May have to replace converter also if hub is scored. Transmission must be removed and rebuilt. I just changed the fluid and filter.
Although you may have a similar problem as those listed above, the repair may differ based upon a visual inspection of the vehicle. I will be posting much more as I dig in and get my hands dirty. Sudden grinding noise with no prior warning primarily in 2nd gear, behavior in reverse may be abnormal: sunshell is fractured. I'm sure there is much more I need to hear. I did not replace the two larger ones for lack of a resizer.
I've had good luck with Makco www. Oh hey does anyone have a recommended rebuild kit that I should buy? Seal restorer may fix last problem, but probably remove and rebuild needed. Transmission problems only worsen with time. I have a 1994 chevy s10 blazer 4. Most likely a cracked input housing, or cracked forward piston means forward clutches are fused together.
Our discount used Chevrolet S10 Pickup transmissions come directly from a dependable network of modern junk yards. Is the engine running good and spedo working good? This list is merely a guide to the possible solutions. I just changed the fluid and filter. Days of just throwing a kit in one or a one spot repair is over. . The check engine light is not on.
Most local parts houses are not likely to stock trans parts or kits, so they would be ordering them just like you. Post back what codes and data they get. Internal crossleak feeding the forward clutches all the time. Gears slipping, burning or blackened transmission fluid, and leaks are all signs that you need to invest in an S-10 automatic transmission repair. The 4L60E transmission weighs 146 pounds dry, and 162 wet.