The vehicle would barely move in D. Took it straight to Transmedic in Gresham and they said it is a common problem. Then you wouldn't need 14 airbags in your vehicle for a crash! Have to shift it manually and the dealer says ohh nothing we can do. They talk about all this safety crap. There are two fittings a short one and a longer one. Now it's as good as new and should last at least another 100K. Mine only had 20k on it.
Just had my engine oil cooler lines replaced right before Xmas on my 2010. One of mine is leaking too, I asked the dealer and he said they all will do it and they do it worse when it's colder out, when it gets warmer out they'll slow down. The one we replaced in the video is the longer one. I wonder if you could adapt some braided ss hose to the steel lines? A hot transmission light came on and would only allow the car to proceed at 15 mph. While I was in there I noticed by brake lines starting to rot away. Chevy dealer didn't diagnose the problem, even when I told them that I thought it was the transmission.
Why cant Chevy make or fix the problems they create? Just go ahead and call the phone number at the top of the page and a friendly specialist will help you out. You can use this video as reference for them. It was an expense that we wish we didn't have to pay and think that a car with this amount of initial cost would perform better in this area. Definitely have second thoughts about going with Government motors again. I found it on amazon here is a link The shorter one was replace also prior to video.
They're letting enough tranny fluid out to see it on the adjacent metal lines. We're here to help with whateveve questions or concerns. We know you love your Chevy Suburban 1500 and want to make sure it's taken care of maybe he or she even has a name? Think twice about buying this year Suburban! I also found it on amazon here is a link If your fittings are leaking coming from the fittings on the bottom of the transmission Save your self time and money replace them yourself. It was missing 2nd and 4th gears. Thank you like and subscribe! I limped out of the airport and to the side of the road. Never went back to that dealership. That's a real slow leak, but still, pisses me off.
I had to add about 8 ounces of fluid the other day. Ah, the joys of an 8 year old truck with 155k miles. I couldn't believe they'd say that. . I am still paying on a vehicle that doesn't go anywhere - Rachael W. Hard to hear that this was not uncommon and not covered by Chevrolet.
They need a better material for brakelines. Need a recall to upgrade the transmission so I don't have to buy a new one every 100M miles. Sullies an otherwise good experience with this make and model. I had my tranny lines repaired in the engine bay last Summer. I just took a beefy hose clamp and put it on the metal part that goes over the rubber hose, it slowed it down alot but it does still weep.
Talked to a local Transmission man here and has had alot of 2005 Chevy vehicles with the same issues. All is well again Ryan Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Not a truck, but I just had to have mine replaced on my wilfe's 2010 Impala that only has 25k miles on it. Had the brakelines done a couple of years ago. I thought someone had rear ended me. First one under 100,000 miles 2nd one at 114,000 and third at 140,000. My girlfriend has a 2005 Avalanch and had the same problem.
Obviously, they had some crap transmissions and should have sought relief from whoever provided them for the consumers. What a shame we would like to buy American but not at this price. Mu husband owns a 1994 Silverado with 300,000 miles on it; original motor and transmission still work great. Her transmission cost her 1500. Each claiming that it was a different part in the transmission that went wrong. I never tow anything; just drive back and forth to work.
This will be our last Chevrolet Suburban!! Now the transmission is shot. A leak involving transmission fluid and they just wanted to let it go??? I noticed there were a variety of people with transmission and front panel odometer and tachometer problems. We here at Auto Parts Warehouse want to make sure you're happy with your car part purchases. . . .
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