Resolder all the point or take to an electronic repair shop and have them perform the task. Please tell me my transmission isn't slipping! The brake fuse seems to be the same one for all lights and it's behind the panel on the driver's end of the dashboard. Does anyone have an idea of what themayis be? When I did this I was still blowing the 20 amp fuse as soon as I made contact with the fuse blades. Want to make it last? If the wiring and fuses are good, go to Step 2. Other transmission problems is loud clanking when placed in any gear from park. Plus, you can see and smell the fluid to tell if it is burnt. Everyday the service 4x4 light comes on.
In some cases, an overheating component can also cause an electrical fire. Step 3 — Check transmission fluid level Your transmission depends on fluid to operate. Depending on the year Silverado you have and if the fuse box has never been opened, you may need to pry up the cover with a flat head screwdriver. This article applies to the Chevrolet Silverado. May possibly even be a fuse, gauges fuse, brake fuse. I also posted a picture of the adapter plate to help anyone contemplating changing out a cracked adapter. Step 3 — Check transmission fluid level Your transmission depends on fluid to operate.
Alex answered 3 years ago Please do because mine is acting up. The two upper left that are circled are 10A, one for left turn and one for right turn. I am very far from being a mechanic. If your Chevy Silverado isn't producing enough power to run everything in it, something may be wrong. Cant tell you how relieved we are and I wanted to update this post to try and help.
. I'm loosing my marbles over this, someone please point me in the right direction!!! Or with one of the solenoids acting up inside the transmission which will prevent it from changing gears properly. Has anyone else had this same problem? I was perusing this site looking for information for my own personal car issue and God put it on my heart to help a few people out, so I'm trying. You may have spare fuses located behind the fuse block access door. I like the design for install lol. Cruise control comes in handy on those long highway trips. I unhooked the actuator from the front differential and also I unhooked the wire harness from the back of the push button 4 wheel drive from the dash.
My speedo started going haywire but I'm not sure if it's a loose wire because it happens and then it stops. A test light is a few bucks. I'm thinking that it might be under the hood on the drivers side. . This article applies to the Chevrolet Silverado. Worked great without doing anything about 10 more minutes into driving it the problem started happening again. Jw if this problem was resolved and how to go about it thanks.
This will give a mechanic a place to start to figure out what is going on. Vehicle will start up, but once it goes in drive engine will rev, but no movement. The manual literally told me exactly what to do to find the broken ground wire beneath my truck, and where it was located. Please tell me my transmission isn't slipping! Does anyone have an idea of what the issue may be? Before your day turns grim, let's take a look at some things that may be going on. After 1st checking fuses, I replaced both speed sensors located on either side of transfer case. If your 4wd is electric. Lift case and work it around until the tailshaft and studs are above crossmembers so that you can rest them on both crossmembers.
I'm having the exact problem originally stated by dfrinzi. Hello, my name is Ben. When hitting bumps and applying the brakes, there is a noise. Once that happens, I have to manually shift it out again. It must just be me. The trans can not build enough pressure to keep it in Overdrive. Your transmission is just supposed to shift and leave you alone.
Will keep the thread updated as I do things. Well right when I put it in drive and let go the brakes the lights went very dim again and the lights on the dash came back on very dim also. Want to make it last? Also, torque convertor locks up. After it gets hot, if you shut it off, it ain't starting back up. The fusebox on a 79 chevy is under the … dash on the drivers side by the fire wall. Checked all the fuses, then the ignition switch connections.