I hate to spend the money if this isn't correct. The transmissin company said that the old ignition assembly over the years can become fouled with filings from the key reducing the voltage that certain components need to properly function. The transmission will shift hard slipping in first and second gear at times. Warranty: This transmission comes with a 1 Year 36,000 Mile Warranty with the purchase of a new torque converter. Installation of a remanufactured dynamic torque converter, overhaul kit and reaction planatary gear set.
My truck is standard cab short box Honestly, I don't have the cross reference information that you need. He said he knows this sounds odd but it does happen. Also, anytime you change from year to year, model to model, there ends up being unforseen problems that no one expected. However, I am more interested in knowing why the check engine light comes on when it happens. That way you will know it is right and will work. The vehicle is not driven regularly, sometimes sitting for a couple weeks between uses and does seem to run better when it is used frequently, which to me, seems to support the fully charged battery, etc. I have had no problems with it until now, with a little over 200,000 miles.
We offer an extended Warranty 2 Year 50,000 Mile Warranty, or a 3 Year 100,000 Mile Warranty for an additional charge. Has anyone else ever heard of this or have another suggetsion? Other times I drive it and it drives fine and the service light stays off. We ensure that all the current updates are performed, during reassembly each unit is ran through tests to ensure correct assembly and quality. Therefore, I strongly recommend staying with the direct fit trans. Its from a friends truck, and is in very good running condition, and the price is right. The truck in 2004, 161,558 miles prior to my ownership had some transmission work performed.
Has the computer been scanned to determine what codes are stored in it? There are many different version of this transmission model available so please call for additional details. I was told by them that the truck needs a new ignition switch, key and tumbler. What they are saying can be true. My 96 K1500 was orginally equipped with the 5. Also wondering what transfer case I would have to use. The computer may know exactly what the problem is.
The service engine light will come on while this is happening. As bore wear increases, oil pressure is reduced to the shift solenoids, which causes solenoid and ratio codes. This corrects Fail-safe, runaway high pressure that will crack the case if not corrected. Inconsistent shift feel, Shift solenoid filter blow-out, and Premature unit failure A complete pressure regulator valve train is supplied in the 4L80-E kit. . The ignition switch on the steering column does.
Problem is that I can't find that transmission locally, and nationally I have found a few, but none for under 1300, and that is just for used, not rebuilt, not remanufactured. If it hasn't been checked, take the truck to a nationally recognized parts store and have them scan the computer for you. Insta-trac 4x4 transfer case, electronic shift transfer case. If this valve is not installed, even after a rebuild transmission can have these issues and can lead to transmission failure the P1870 Code. I bought pickup in 2005. I had a transmission company look at it and he found nothing wrong with the transmission. One indicator of this issue is the 2nd gear starts, 3rd neutral condition, no 4th gear, codes 68, 85, 86, and 87 and direct clutch breakage.
Let me know what you find. If this valve is not installed, even after a rebuild transmission can become overheated and as a result can burn up quickly do to torque converter slippage, caused by the badly worn valve body casting in the converter clutch regulator valve bore. Most will do it for free. . .
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