Also vehicle grinds, cause unknown. Check also our 1999 Chevrolet S10 Pickup manual transmission catalog. The warranty was already over. I have replaced the filter and fluid, but it still remains. I have all maintaince records on the truck available to show it has been properly maintained. We carry a wide-ranging catalog of used Chevrolet transmissions for all applications including gas and diesel engines.
To me, it doesn't sound right. It does not seem right that reverse gear of transmission should wear out at 58,000 miles. After work when I was going home, the 3rd door would not open. No noise, it just lost power and died. Let me know if u find out anything else. Remove the gear shift lever of manual transmission trucks by first removing the gear shift knob, then sliding the shifter boot off the shifter.
I have replaced the sealanoids and no change. It sounds as if the engine is being maxed out. Complaint Number: 10078561 Incident Date: June 8, 2004 Date Added to File: June 21, 2004 Description of the Complaint: 1. Could it be within the computer of the truck as a whole, or simply the wiring to the transmission? The truck has only 45000 miles on it and its transmission is already burned out. On a truck with no more then 48,362 miles I experienced transmission failure. Complaint Number: 855092 Date Added to File: January 19, 2000 Description of the Complaint: Vehicle will not engage into frist or second or third gears.
Just call any of the transmission shops and see how many of the valve bodies have been replaced on the 1999 chevy s-10. I manged to get the truck into the other lane and off the highway as it slowed down luckely with out injury to myself, my passanger or anyone else on the highway. Unbolt the drive shaft from the transmission knuckle. This happened on a 2 year old vehicle with 70,000 miles that had been serviced regularly. Shop at your local AutoZone to find the right products at the right prices. Havent tried it but will give it a try.
All Replacement brand items are backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. It only has 43000 miles on it and already the transmission is starting to fail. Buying a used 1999 Chevrolet S10 Pickup transmission from a non-reliable dealer is an unnecessary risk. It sounds as if the engine is being maxed out. There are 7 choices for the 1999 Chevrolet S10 Pickup Transmission Assembly!!! This will provide clearance to remove the transmission support cross member.
How can they not make a vehicle these days that doesn't last 100,000 miles? Pulled out of the driveway, and the truck started to shake something fierce. Whether manual or automatic, removal of the transmission follows largely the same procedure. Mine is an automatic with a 4 cylinder engine. Sometimes when I first take off it will be really sluggish, then change just fine through the rest of the gears. On 23 July, this problem was repaired. To me, it doesn't sound right.
Just call any of the transmission shops and see how many of the valve bodies have been replaced on the 1999 chevy s-10. I called several transmission shops and they all stated that the problem is generally the aluminum valve body has worn and needs to have a steel sleeve repair kit installed. Unbolt the cross member from the frame and set it aside. How can they not make a vehicle these days that doesn't last 100,000 miles? I believe this is a design flaw and should be looked into. It sounds as if the engine is being maxed out. Buy used Chevrolet S10 Pickup transmission from our network that offers up to a two-year warranty on qualified units! The transmission flued and filter where not scheduled for maintaince until 50,000 miles. When in traffic automobile does not pickup.
And of course the extended warranty I bought is out. Pulled out of the driveway, and the truck started to shake something fierce. The S1-S of this era need to be investigated and the consumer should be protected!! This is accomplished by unbolting it from the transmission housing. Complaint Number: 10058752 Incident Date: February 19, 2004 Date Added to File: February 23, 2004 Description of the Complaint: General motors transmission failure. The mechanic noted that the original part was reordered but had been changed by the manufacture to a new part due to problems with the old. At least one that lasts.
Hertiage said that the bolts were not tightened correctly at the factory. Also the engine stalled on occasions. The handle would move, but would not open the door. I had it checked and found out the code was 1870, a transmission code. It felt as if the gear was in neutral, consumer was informed that water and transmission fluid came out of the transmission breather which caused the fluid to turn pink, and the transmission needed to be replaced. After work when I was going home, the 3rd door would not open. The truck only has 64000 miles on it.