For more comfortable trips and worry-free automotive fixes, change components the moment they exhibit symptoms of failure. The failures occurred during the operation of the vehicles at highway speeds. One note; In order to make mine go into the lines I had to bend the driver side mount out of the way and put it back after the lines were secured. Next you will remove the air cleaner assembly, loosen the hose clamps and work the intake boot … loose from the intake muffler long shallow plastic bit that runs over the radiator core support , there is a little hose running from the middle of the intake boot that will pop right out with a little twist and pull. Remove the drain pan from under the vehicle. Common problem for this vehicle.
Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle in General Information. Of course first you will drop the splash shield from underneath the truck, 6 bolts and its out of the way. Hope this… On the transfer case, there is a set of vacuum lines. The other way to replace the transmission oil if that is all your going to do is to get a large bucket and a small hose the size of the transmission oil line. Install the plastic cap onto the fitting. Check out your inline fuel filter to see if its obstructed blow through it.
Were it would intermittently work. Remove the oil cooler pipes from the fittings at the radiator. I was never given a work order sheet for those 2 times. The mechanic says it is too dangerous to drive. One hose runs the oil into the oil cooler located near the transmission, the other bring the oil back. Have a bucket handy 'cause now it gets messy! Inspect for proper completion of the repairs.
Removing the flange from the oil filter housing is just as easy as the lines that run from the radiator. Remove the retaining ring from the quick connect fitting. For more comfortable trips and worry-free automotive fixes, change components the moment they exhibit symptoms of failure. Important: Do not reuse any of the existing retaining rings that were removed from the existing quick connect fittings. Disconnect neg battery cable, safely raise vehicle, place floor jack under tank, loosen gas tank straps and allow tank to slowly drop halfway, disconnect this is the hard part fuel lines,and power connections at tank. If there is air in the system it will also cause the compressor to kick on and off.
I used a combo wrench and worked them till they were off. I have also stopped in the dealer on 2 separate times about the transmission. Where ever the leak is, in order to leak 3 quarts out it has to be undriveable. Remove the lower plug and if fluid runs out it was overfilled,if nothing runs out,stick your pinky finger in the hole and feel for the fluid level. I also do not abuse my vehicle and do not tow anything.
Try disconnecting both heater core lines from the engine, and blow water through them with the garden hose until it flows freely in both directions. Never attempt to charge through the small lines! I was recently told that the transmission is a common problem in these vehicles. At 84,300 miles my 4le60 transmission went out. You can test your front axle by first putting your jimmy or blazer … This can be many things. The dryer is on the low pressure suction side of the compressor and has larger lines than the smaller high pressure liquid lines. These coatings affect fastener torque and joint clamping force and may damage the fastener. Take the lines with you to the auto parts store to get the right length, a few extra inches for each, woulldn't hurt, just incase you have to make any adjustments.
Important: Do not reuse any of the existing retaining rings that were removed from the existing quick connect fittings. Important: Do not use the plastic cap to install the oil cooler pipe into the fitting. What recourse do I have? The failures occurred during the operation of the vehicles at highway speeds. The glove box folds down easily. If so, then it's probably the vacuum actuator or the axle actuator.
Change your malfunctioning automatic transmission filter with something that meets or surpasses Original Equipment Manufacturer technical standards. I also do not abuse my vehicle and do not tow anything. It almost got us in an accident or possibly worse. It's the fuel sending unit. If there is air in the system it will also cause the compressor to kick on and off.