Second, pop off out the pla … stic piece that goes around the door handle and houses the switches for the windows and door lock. Shortly after getting codes and using google to research check engine light was gone. If all else fails, you can usually put on an extra larg hose to direct the fluid flow from the transmission line. They said they would put 12-16 quarts in I'm assuming this implies a flush and they didn't recommend changing the filter '02 Sierra with 5. For all you know, only 3qts came out when you removed the pan.
Watts1211 answered about a month ago Just put in exactly how much you take out. I do my own stuff, so it'll either be a pan drop and filter or a handy man's exchange as described earlier. I might go back and do what you said on my next change in about 50,000 miles. Thanks for all the responses and this confirms what I originally thought. I also had to remove the neutral switch assembly in which I broke trying to unplug the wiring harness. Unscrew the plug if equipped and let the fluid drain out.
Today's transmissions are far more susceptible to malfunctions caused by fine dirt contamination. Pan drop and filter change js fine. Minimum throttle and let it shift through all ranges. The next dealer agreed with the 2nd. No need to put the fluid into the pan and try to get it back on? I got a tranny service done Aamco about 4 months ago, and no problems About how much did they charge? Start with an 18mm socket ratchet or wrench and remove the drain plug on the back of the transfer case. Don't wait for the issue to arise! If you pump until no more comes out you're only burning up your tranny pump since you run it dry.
One does a complete flush, uses chemicals to clean, and replaces fluid using an internal high-pressure pump ; while the other simply exchanges new fluid for old fluid and most often uses the vehicles own pump to do this. Securing the bolts Finger tighten the bolts to eighty pounds, then one-hundred twenty pounds when running in a cross sequence. Added the additional quart, and checked, and the fluid level read fine. I would think it would only be one since you have the 4. After the pressure plate is tightened down, put everything back in reverse order. It is sort of weird that I can still see red meaning someone might have dropped the pan at one point and added oil in. Chevrolet has been developed sophisticated transmissions through years and it is critical that you add the exact type of transmission fluid stipulated by your owner's manual typically in the back of the manual in a section titled Fluid Capacities.
I found the only way to access the starter for removal is to first undo the 2 bolts that hold in your Clutch slave cylinder and carfully pull it back out of the housing with the hydrolic line still attached so you dont lose any clutch fluid and have to re-bleed your clutch after. If you pump until no more comes out you're only burning up your tranny pump since you run it dry. On a 2wd V8 automatic it is much simpler of a process. Transmission fluid, usually a green or red color to separate it from other car fluids, is used in automatic and manual transmissions. You need to change all the fluid which requires a more involved change. Thanks in advance for anything you can contribute on the matter. My truck has 95,000 on it and to be honest he oil does not look good.
And the so-called flushing has many detractors, many who say there is a good chance of engine destruction because of the flushing process. If you want to change engine oil, for instance, by yourself and save a couple of bucks you need to know how much this fluid engine oil is needed for Chevrolet Silverado 1999. It is a good thing to change out the fluid. I found the transfer case switch module in the dash was defective, and it has been working with no other problems for three years. If you have no idea how much is in the tranny now, then over fill it on purpose, then drain it slowly until the dip stick reads right. If I don't try to do something, I won't learn how to do it.
When adding transmission fluid to your Silverado 1500, be sure to add it slowly as the transmission fluid capacity is reached quickly and it is difficult to remove excess fluid if you overfill. You don't want to introduce that much highly detergent transmission fluid into the tranny at once. I have done it on several high mileage vehicles with super dark fluid with great results. Third, there are little plastic clips all the way around the on the edge of the whole interior door panel. If you can do it this way, there was less than a quart in the pan when I dropped it and it didn't spill at all. I omitted this step since no leaks had occurred and I had the car since new, and accurately measured the amount pumped out and replaced with the same amount.
When I accelerate there is a hesitation for a second or 2. Whether it is a manual or automatic transmission that your Chevy Silverado 1500 is using, the fluid should be replaced as stated by the scheduled maintenance period of your manufacturer to avoid early failure. If a felt filter becomes clogged it must be replaced. If they use a machine that just pushes the old fluid out with the new fluid Your good. I haven't been able to find the passenger side for mine.