Pull up on the doghouse and twist and slide it out. If cars were built with only one gear, then it would be very difficult for them to accelerate from a dead stop. Mine is a 93' G2500 Vandura. Max Trailer Weight 7,068 lbs. You cant fix it yourself. Also, The belt could fly off if it is too loose.
May 08, 2011 My sincere apologies for the delayed response. I put i … n a coolant flush kit while I had it apart. It would take a long time as power would be greatly limited. The same happens in reverse. . Also engine sizes, I believe that the 1500 typically comes with a straight 6, the 2500 with a 350 v8 and the 3500 with either a 7. Check for play in all pulleys.
The doghouse should have two lever type clips on the side of the doghouse that you flip forward to unlock. Without multiple gears, the car could not stop quickly and smoothly. My trailer is 5000lbs and the van tows it well, you know it's there especially going uphill but the drivetrain never has to struggle, just has to work harder. Peel the carpet back to find them if your van is carpeted. . Slide the doghouse back then and turn … the seats, both passanger and drivers as well as move them as far back as you can. Make sure you always carry transmission fluid in the vehicle to prevent it from overheating.
I used a long piece of wood to lever the alternator to the correct tension. Make sure you have an aux cooler for your transmission and a heavy duty radiator installed prior to towing. Also it's a good idea to remove the horn fuse so you don't accidentaly set it off. Also according to him, it was a problem that the 700R4 transmissions were … notorious for. The doghouse will also be bolted to the floor should be 4 to 6 bolts holding it to the floor. The fitting you are talking about has come loose from the transmission cooler tank inside the rad. It has the Belt Diagrams you will need.
If the coolant gets into the transmission you will also need a transmission flush. Are both resivoirs supposed to have brake fluid in them? He or she does this by manipulating the clutch which is on the right of the driver in most manual transmission cars. If you would: Before Clicking: Let me know if this helped you, or if you have any additional information or questions. Then remove the heater core cover from the engine compartment oblong black thing bolted to the firewall on your left hand side, looking in. Rear brakes out of adjustment? Look for anything that is close to the belt's path. The 1 ton brakes don't fit. An automatic transmission switches between gears automatically and the driver does not have to do anything.
You may want to Print the Diagrams for future use. Either pull the radiator and take it to a rad shop or replace the rad as I did. It's a pain removing it but just keep twisting and and turning it until it comes out. The manual also says to replace the flexible tranny lines. It's pushing close to 9000Lbs and it wears out brake pads like a Champ.
I'd heavily recom … mend the removal kit, they're not expensive. I am personally going back to answer your unanswered questions. Manual transmissions should last for the life of the car, unless the driver is inexperienced and rides the clutch too much. Sep 16, 2011 I had the same problem with my 2002 Neon and the transmission fluid was mixing with the coolant. I have a 1990 gmc vandura 2500 conversion van with the 350 v8 5.
Wrestle that off and extract the heater core. It's pretty easy providing you don't have airbags, just pull off the horn cover, remove the screws and discs for the horn assembly, remove the snap ring and nut on the steering post then you can either use a steering wheel removal kit or use a hammer and tap the wheel off the post. Because the container where you refill brake fluid is as full as it is supposed to be. Make sure there is not a bolt sticking out that is hitting the belt, check your engine mounts and make sure that they are not bad and allowing the engine to move an excessive amount … and causing the belt to contact something. Rotors are way cheaper than I thought though. So are you supposed to open the cap of empty resivoir and pour directly in? According to the tag found in the glove box, at the front between the two front seats, it has a max towing capacity of 6600lbs.
I had talked to one of my coworkers at the Tires Plus in Minot and he said that part of the tranny got clogged or something along those lines. I do believe that the 1500 has a shorter body than the 2500 and 3500. I do not know if you still need this information, but I am going ahead and answering it anyway. If you are towing something with your car or carrying a heavy load, you will need more torque. It transmits power throughout the vehicle, primarily from the engine to the various axles which get the car or truck going.
Feel Free to contact me at FixYa. My brake light came on a couple weeks ago and i also have a spongy brake pedal. I am currently towing a trailer that is 6200lbs with no problems at all. The manual is sometimes known as standard. . .