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Jamesgierak

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  1. Pretty sure I do. Check out the other forum I was writing in. Everything else is explained and my truck is going in for service next week
  2. So I drove home from work in tow mode and no signs of any shudder. Stopped in at my Chevy dealership and they said they will do the fluid flush and any updates for the software. Said it will be about 20 quarts of fluid. They also said GM specifically noted in the bulletin to NOT replace the torque converter. Of course it won’t be covered under warranty and the estimate it’s just under 800 dollars as for I live in New York if anyone else is having this issue and is wondering a out of pocket cost. Thanks for all yours help guys
  3. What should I experience when I do this? What should I look for? Thank you
  4. Great to hear. But I doubt that will be covered because I am over the factory warranty with 88k miles and it’s a 2016. But do you have any insight to maybe get it covered?? Thank you
  5. Not to sure what he did (wasn’t my option to go to him as it was under warranty from a dealer) but my trans temp gauge shows 190 degrees after on the highway for 40 miles cruising at 70 mph thanks for the input but I’m out of his warranty of 12k miles so looks like it’ll blow up again
  6. Hi everyone, new to the forum but I’m at the end of my ropes here this is my Hail Mary. So I have a 2016 Silverado crew cab 6.5’ bed 5.3l 4WD 6 speed automatic transmission. The transmission was fully rebuilt at 75,000 The truck has 89,000 miles on it. I am complaining about a shake/vibration of course but I don’t feel as if mine is like most. Mine doesn’t seem as violent as others describe. I’m experiencing a vibration and a noise almost like driving over rumble strip in the road. This problem comes about when you are gentle on the throttle and at a lower rpm around 1200-1500. If you feather the throttle at 55 MPH you can easily replicate the issue. Next is issue number 2 I’m not sure if they are related but my gut is telling me they are, I recently noticed when stopped then slowly take off as in just letting the truck roll at idle of the line I feel like a small wobble/bounce as it kind of rocks you back and forth in your seat. Both issues go away once you give it more throttle. I’ve had the torque converter replaced first once the issue came back I then I’ve changed the transmission fluid to the updated fluid, rotated the driveshaft 180 degrees and that has been the longest fix for 3 weeks. Any suggestions are helpful and appreciated and thanks in advance
  7. Hi everyone, new to the forum but I’m at the end of my ropes here this is my Hail Mary. So I have a 2016 Silverado crew cab 6.5’ bed 5.3l 4WD 6 speed automatic transmission. The transmission was fully rebuilt at 75,000 The truck has 89,000 miles on it. I am complaining about a shake/vibration of course but I don’t feel as if mine is like most. Mine doesn’t seem as violent as others describe. I’m experiencing a vibration and a noise almost like driving over rumble strip in the road. This problem comes about when you are gentle on the throttle and at a lower rpm around 1200-1500. If you feather the throttle at 55 MPH you can easily replicate the issue. Next is issue number 2 I’m not sure if they are related but my gut is telling me they are, I recently noticed when stopped then slowly take off as in just letting the truck roll at idle of the line I feel like a small wobble/bounce as it kind of rocks you back and forth in your seat. Both issues go away once you give it more throttle. I’ve had the torque converter replaced first once the issue came back I then I’ve changed the transmission fluid to the updated fluid, rotated the driveshaft 180 degrees and that has been the longest fix for 3 weeks. Any suggestions are helpful and appreciated and thanks in advance
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