I'd recommend replacing the transmission oil filter also. The most notable modification has been the transition from a five to six speed model, which lowered cruising rpm by roughly 14% in high gear. Thanks for your help Straight from the manual. I had a man call me about extending our warranty and my dumb ass told him that the transmission was shot, he told me sorry I can't help you but he did however tell me that the 2000-2006 transmissions were known to go out in these vehicles. Long live the Big Block! Oh, now that you taken to someone else we feel it is our right to deny you any further help, but we were going help you all along but didn't feel the need to tell you til now. You can share this information with your friends Copyright © 2012-2019,.
Allison's specialty is commercial grade automatic transmissions for medium and heavy duty applications, which includes everything from transit buses to tractor trailers. I have read the bulletin and it clearly states that transmissions showing this code and falling within a specified build date which is stated on the bulletin are to be replaced and that no further diagnosis be performed. Follow us on - - This site is not owned or operated by General Motors Company. Allison 1000 Transmission Features Moderate changes have occurred to the transmission throughout the years however the platform itself has, for all intents and purposes, remained the same since 2001. To determine the preferred viscosity for this vehicle's engine, refer to.
This is a safety feature built into the Allison's programming which locks the transmission in 3rd gear if rapid or excessive slippage is detected. Still miss that big block! This allows for low engine speeds at cruising rpm and ultimately opportunities for significantly reduced fuel consumption in relative terms. You should do this on a calm day so as not to get dirt blown in the transmission. I don't have an answer for you. If you're not sure, ask your dealer. What a cool and capable truck eh? While TranSynd was developed mainly to meet the harsh operating conditions of heavy-duty transmissions in severe operating conditions like transit buses, its benefits translate to the pickup truck market. Not a leak in sight, nor any suggestion of a problem.
Because i'm avoid a whole transmission flush so it would have to mix if i used Dexron V I. You may need to squeeze bottle. My rig's identical and has now done 137k kilometers with no issues whatsoever Except crank position sensor but I did have the transmission serviced at 80k by an Allison trained guy. Sorry about the billion questions Thanks, i really appreciate your time -Kurt There are some issues using dex-6 in some earlier allys that used dex-3. By: FramerBoy In the manual transmission. Anyway I wouldappreciate if someone could give me a run down or point me to where I can get this info. When this occurs, owners will experience a significant decrease in engine performance and reduced vehicle speed performance and ratio limited.
And is mobil 1 75W 90 fine for my 3. What a cool and capable truck eh? As long as the there are new filters installed, they should pick up any leftover dirt in the old fluid and with all the new fluid it should even out ok. On the front of the transmission there is a 11mm bolt that sticks out from the side. I had to remove the drive shaft on my 4-wheel drive and grasped the screw heads using a vise grip. The concept is to protect the owner from being stranded as the result of serious transmissions problems, as the system identifies the slippage as abnormal and possibly a sign of severe problems. It also has exceptional oxidation and thermal stability, resulting in maximum service life.
While TranSynd was developed mainly to meet the harsh operating conditions of heavy-duty transmissions in severe operating conditions like transit buses, its benefits translate to the pickup truck market. My Tahoe has a deep pan which required a different filter. Please refer to page 6-25 of your user manual for specifics about this. I am wondering is this good enough and how often should this be done? I can't fit a Whipple blower kit for a start! When adding, be sure to fill to the appropriate level, as recommended in user manual for your Chevrolet Silverado 2002. Your best bet is to take it in to have it flushed properly to insure all debris is removed. There is a vin cut off in maybe 04 or 05 I think.
If you have very dirty fluid, burnt odors or a silvery look to the fluid then do not change, you will get the broken down clutch material out of the system which can cause problems. It's a good idea to have the transfer case fluid replaced every 30,000 miles when replacing the automatic transmission fluid. You need to remove the transmissions lower pan. My rig's identical and has now done 137k kilometers with no issues whatsoever Except crank position sensor but I did have the transmission serviced at 80k by an Allison trained guy. At that point you remove the fill plug in the bottom of the transmission pan and fill with fluid until fluid drains back … out. Long live the Big Block! Still miss that big block! My rig's identical and has now done 137k kilometers with no issues whatsoever Except crank position sensor but I did have the transmission serviced at 80k by an Allison trained guy.
I can't fit a Whipple blower kit for a start! My transmission falls within the time line in the bulletin. Replaced water pump at 38000 miles. To determine the preferred viscosity for this vehicle's engine, refer to. The front and rear use the same reservoir. Also i think id like to replace the Transfer Case Fluid what should i use in that? All-in-all, I should have taken it in to a shop but I wanted to see first hand what was in the pan.