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  1. I only drive in 4x2... almost never use the 4x4. As for the trans, it shifts and works perfect.
  2. Not a bad idea , thanks Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  3. Just replaced with nickel plated slip yoke - still have the clunk. only when letting off gas at low speed around 20-15 mph. Seems like the 3-2 downshift. If I put the truck in neutral.. it doesn't clunk at all when breaking at low speeds. Also installed new U Joints front and rear. . Any other ideas?
  4. I have a 2000 Silverado with 250K. Just got the truck not long ago, so don't know any of the history. Anyway, I was changing all the fluids and wondering if I should change the transmission fluid. The fluid is defiantly brownish red and needs to changed, but I have heard stories of folks messing with this and actually causing problems. Especially when doing a full "flush" ...as for me I was thinking of just dropping the pan and changing that fluid with filter. The trans works / shifts like butter now.. it's perfect. The truck is just a farm truck now, only driven about 3K per year.. no towing or even much high speeds for that matter.
  5. This looks to be the correct part - https://www.amazon.com/APDTY-708613-Driveshaft-1992-2005-01-04-17-004/dp/B00C8E8BH0/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1522285772&vehicle=2000-47-491-96-30-31-6-8-7910--9-2-145--3-0&sr=1-1-catcorr&ymm=2000%3Achevrolet%3Asilverado+1500&keywords=slip+yoke
  6. Both U Joint were replaced about 2K miles ago.. never changed anything. Any other ideas?
  7. Hate to say it.. but the 2019 RAM is going to be my next truck. The tech and features blow away GM now.
  8. 2000 Silverado - 4x4, 5.3, Auto When I let off the gas at slow speeds (20mph, etc) I often get the "clunk" that these trucks are famous for. I know it has to go with the slip yoke, and greasing the yoke only seems to last for a little while. My question is - I though I saw a while back where we can purchase a new - improved slip yoke. Can someone post a link to the part? and provide any other important info I may need. thanks!
  9. 2000 Silverado 5.3 1. What trans do I have? I think this is the normal 4160L or something? 2. how many quarts of fluid (approx) if I just drop the pan ( not full flush)
  10. Yep..its the seatbelt chime. I put in a dummy buckle...all good now Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  11. Are you sure this is the same ding, ding? This happens immediately when I crank up the truck. If that's the case, I'll just get one of the dummy buckles. As for safty... this is just my farm truck. slow speeds, in and out a lot.. not going to use the seat belt
  12. 2000 Silverado - When I crank up, the truck will make the ding, ding sound about 5 times. Anyway to shut this off so it doesn't do it? Is there a fuse I can remove?
  13. Then you better love your current truck... because all makes will have it mandatory moving forward. But I agree..it sucks. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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