Bulletin 02-07-30-011b I have had this switch fail twice, gm knows of the bulletin but fails to see how dangerous the truck becomes when switch fails. Gather all branches of the engine wiring harness and reposition off to the side. Tighten Tighten the M8 bolts to 25 N. The nut has to be removed and the fuel lines move out of the way, then you unscrew the other nut which is part of a stud that is thru the bellhousing into the block. With the transmission balanced on the jack, slide the jack under the vehicle. Blocked the engine up, Jacked up the tranny, and we can not get it to release from the engine.
You do not need to get all of the fluid. Use a wire or strong bungee cord to hold the starter's weight - do not hang from the starter wiring. Install the J 41798 to the cylinder heads. Now, pull the driveshaft out of the transmission and set aside. My transmission is on its way out Decided to replace it myself, but have had several issues frozen bolts, difficulty reaching parts and more metric bolts than anticipated Details: 2000 Sierra 1500, 5.
Had one in and the customer wanted the transmission fluid and filter changed. You then unbolt the transmission from the engine, slide it back a little, unbolt the torque converter from the flywheel, and drop the transmission out of the bottom of the car, and then you can pull the torque converter off the transmission and replace it. To remove the top bell housing bolts, if you have not already done so, lower the transmission jack so that the rear of the transmission drops down and away from the undercarriage of the vehicle. Place the U-joint bolts and hardware in an appropriately marked container. Now, start all the bolts in.
Your post reminded me to get a 10mm die to chase the threads on the other studs before the pipe goes back on. I dropped tranny as low as she would go then pried it over and was able to get my hand up in there to feel with the jiffy tool and popm them out. It is held from above by two torx head cap screws. The manual didn't say anything about removing the exhaust system. I felt the transmission slip a couple of times so I figured the filter might need changing. To flush the lines, first blow compressed air through the lines.
Be careful not to overtorque the pan bolts on reinstallation, 7-10 lb-ft I think. What you are supposed to do is go to a lube place and have them hook the trans cooling lines up to a machine that filters, and cleans the fluid. Plus when they come out of the box,they are horrible to staighten out. Hi, I'm Mike from 1A Auto. Remove the filter and the seal, that will require a small prybar to pop seal out of the bottom of the housing. Will need that information and If you know the type of transmission including a model that will help as far as being sure you have the correct information.
Remove the engine sight shield bolts and shield. Just be careful to keep the pan balanced as you drop it! Although it is not absolutely necessary, lifting the rear of the vehicle and supporting with jack stands makes the job a little easier. With the engine still running, insert the dipstick into the filler tube and then pull it back out to check the fluid level. Had one in and the customer wanted the transmission fluid and filter changed. Unscrew the plug if equipped and let the fluid drain out. Having to remove parts of the exhaust after the transmission is separated from the engine is much more difficult.
What you'll want to do is when you're engine's not running, fill your transmission fluid probably up to about the bottom of here. Then, using a small pry bar or screwdriver, pry the driveshaft forward to release it from the differential. Does anyone have one lying around? Remove the transmission oil level indicator tube, if equipped. When the jack is fully lowered, carefully slide the transmission off the jack to the floor. You want to make sure that the inside of the funnel is clean.
Built a trans jack frame out of 2x stock and attached it to a floor jack. The hardest one to get to is the one in this corner here. If it's not right, add more fluid and repeat the process. I hate this case and the bolts have to be heated to get loose getting the belllhousing off,locktited in. A two hour job turned into 8 hours plus 4 trips to a parts store for tools and parts. Transmission cooler lines typically last for years. Most folks just wind up stripping the head off of the bolt.