A transmission can fail in a number of different ways, and they severity of the problem ranges from minor to major. Without looking at the unit, it is difficult to say exactly what is wrong and why the unit only worked for that short a time (so few miles). Some issues can be handled with a minimum of time and cost. But others require removal of the transmission and some disassembly to determine the cause of the failure. In situations like this where a range of possibilities explains the symptoms, a professional should be consulted. There is little you can use as leverage to offset a lack of knowledge and experience as regards troubleshooting transmissions (or other things). Calls to transmission shops are in order, but know that no one will tell you what is wrong without being able to look at the vehicle. They would be guessing, and they can only offer a range of possibilities - and associated costs. And that is a "best offer" from the professionals. None of them is psychic nor can they use X-ray vision to see into the transmission from where they are. This is not sarcasm, but an honestly stated way to summarize the limits of the mechanic, and you already knew that. Under the circumstances, it is best to take (tow) the Tahoe in. If things are bad, you can always yell at GM after the fact and file complaints with consumer organizations in a attempt to get some fair treatment. But in the mean time, this vehicle needs to be looked over by someone "up town" who can pinpoint a cause and offer an estimate of repair costs.
They will probably be driven on.
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Nothing, it was founded in 1948, before that it was the League of Nations which as you probably know, failed completely at keeping peace.
I would assume you will be buying a new transmission, only transmission fluid goes in the transmission.
I had this happen when my transmission went bad.. I'd recommend taking it in for service at the least.. Be Warned FORD had my escape for FIVE months before they got it right I had this happen when my transmission went bad.. I'd recommend taking it in for service at the least.. Be Warned FORD had my escape for FIVE months before they got it right
Alternators are not only driven by turbines, they can be alternator can be driven by any prime mover -including 'motors' if necessary.
he was driven out of the country by an army of his enemies
he she will die!
stroke, parralissis and death.
there well be no animal on earth
The readings from the speed sensors in the transmission indicated that the ratio provided in first gear was not correct. This can happen do to an improper sensor reading (failed sensor), the transmission slipping (low fluid/internal failure), or from the transmission being in a different gear then what was selected (either a linkage or internal hydraulic problem).
who does that? Have the transmission drained immediately Any other liquids will severely damage the transmission.
Mega Man Network Transmission happened in 2003.
You would die.
You would starve to death.
babies got merked.
Political means failed. Force is applied.
you can be speaking to people you dont know
Suffocation, I would think. But I am not a doctor.
You'd get a lump.
there's no way gearbox oil/transmission oil can get in the radiator... only the engine oil can. this usually will happen if the cylinder head is cracked or the cylinder head gasket has failed. However, Transmission fluid can get into your coolant, by means of a corroded internal transmission cooling line, which is inside the radiator of many model automobiles and trucks... it will look somewhat like pepto bismol at the cap..
Driven correctly dump trailers should be fine to drive on major roadways. Potentially any vehicle is an accident waiting to happen when driven inproperly.