It could be a front seal, in which case you'll need to hae the transmission removed to replace the seal. It could be an axle shaft seal, which isn't quite as bad but requres that the leaking half-shaft be removed to replace the seal. It could be a coolant line, which should be quite easy. Or it could be just the pan gasket, which can probably be resolved if you'll climb under and tighten it a little, but don't go too far or you'll cause more problems.
Currently have an '01 Z66 av, coming up on 358,000 miles. Rebuilt tranny @ 250,000 mi. Other than that, only routine maint
You can find them online for about $1400 or so rebuilt. Not too sure about new. Aamco charges about $3000 for a rebuilt plus about $1000 in labor. Our 99 Venture had the tranny rebuilt at about 30k miles and now at 65k miles it had to be completely replaced. This is a very common problem with these POS vehicles along with a long list of other problems.
50,000 miles is usually the average for rebuilt trannys in my experience. Of course there are exceptions like driving it the right way, etc and also getting a good mechanic. But i think 50k is about what you will get. A new tranny direct from the dealer is the better bet. It will cost you an extra $1,000 but it worth it
Drop the tranny pan and change the tranny filter at 50,000 miles.
i got a rebuilt tranny plus install for my 98 blazer for 1800 from lee miles, i also had problems with it (the torque converter came loose once and it stated leaking trans fluid as well at one point.)
PUT A GAS CAP LOCK ON! ..Someone is stealing your gas
OK my 90 Silverado did the same. I played with the TV Cable, runs from the Throttle Valve to the Tranny, and it shifted better for awhile. You can snatch the cable while its running from under the hood and then drive it to see. Eventually miles from home the tranny started dying. 1 gear until about 5K RPM's, then it hit second, and never 3rd. I don't know how I didn't blow my engine (recent rebuild and only 128K Miles on the truck and rebuilt at 98K Miles) but I managed to get it home. 2 miles away the tranny died completely and all I had was 1st gear. So I parked it, Replaced the tranny, and did a burn out after I ensured it was shifting fine.
My 1997 Grand Caravan SE 3.8L w/169K just got a rebuilt transmission for $2495 at AAA. It's guaranteed for 3yrs Since the rest of the car is in very good condition, I thought it was worth it
I have an 03' powerstroke 7.3 with 560,000 original miles on the engine and tranny, and she is still going strong.
it's cheaper in the short run to have it rebuilt. but if the van is in excellent condition and you plan to keep it for a few more years, i'd replace it. i had mine replaced at a dealer for about $2000 at around 115K miles and it's guaranteed for 3yr/36K miles. I think the rebuilt was about $1500 with a 1 yr/12K miles. I'm now at 165,000 miles. knock on wood.
Our 1600cc '72 engine gets about 25mpg in town...it has been rebuilt and has 17000 miles on it.
check your ignition timing.
if that car has alot of miles on the tranny dont even bother to change it cuz the ur just gonna mess up the tranny
No. It just means the motor was rebuilt at however many miles. The rest of the truck hasn't been rebuilt, though. That includes the transmission, rear ends, etc.
The vent tubes in your dash are cracked wich is part of the problem ,second you hAVE A OIL LEAK.
check the gear in the tranny first
It takes about 50mins in the car if theres no traffic.
Start looking for a tranny
At 50,000 miles maximum is my recommendation. Your owner's manual may have a different mileage listed.
Titanic has not been rebuilt. There have been a few ill-fated attempts but now there is a Titanic-themed hotel being built in China (hundreds of miles from the sea). This is underway (as of Summer 2017) and is expected to be completed.
1,000,000 miles away. theres some good knowledge for you!!!
i don,t know but mine is the same it takes a quart after 600 km. i,m sending it back to where i got it rebuilt
It is a slang term for a brand new or rebuilt engine. It is also used to describe the break in period of a rebuilt engine during which you take it easy on the engine for the first 500 to 1000 miles.