Dropped the pan and filter this morning slightly browner than red. cleaned it all up and refilled its a hair smoother so thats nice. what a pain to drop the pan though ended up jacking up the transfer case and lowering the exhaust like the sunday driver videos.
ok this morning I had a tech friend scan for codes and nothing came up. It was warm and about 3/4 quart low on atf so topped it up and the fluid looked clean. No shudder since the one time. going to drop the pan and replace the filter and some fluid this weekend. also found a leaky transmission cooler line.
So driving the family to supper today in my 16 crew cab 5.3 nice hot 21*C day had the AC on and after driving thru some stop and go traffic for 20 min and getting to the restaurant I backed into a slightly up hill stall and pull forward to straighten out and back in again and we feel a slight shudder vibration. I checked the trans temp it was 88C and sat in park with the slight shudder and checked my transmission fluid it was slightly below the hot section but i was slightly rear end high. Came out to leave hour and a half later and could just barely still feel a slight shudder and it didn't get change with a rev of the engine. I drove it the 12km home and it felt normal no shudder at stop lights after we left. Im up to 106,000km and plan to get the transmission fluid changed and filter as I bought it with 72,000kms last april and am unsure now if the dealer did the transmission filter and fluid. Any ideas?
Yes after initially stopping completely then rolling up and stopping one or two more times without much or any throttle input the brake pedal would build up and be hard to push offering very little assist. Now after the replacement of my vacuum pump those third and forth brake applies feel more like the first and second.
YEGbluesilverado replied to Ozer's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraThis is exactly what has happened to me in my 2016 silverado. im up to 104,000kms any luck on getting chevy to fix it? kinda worried when the wife drives it and not being able to stop it safely.
YEGbluesilverado replied to Bowhunt24's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraThese trucks require a good battery and charge system to keep the power assist steering. a dying alternator could very well be what caused all of this. If it was mine id start with a new battery and alternator and see what problems you are left with after that.
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