Trouble code P1650 means: Cooing Fan Relay Circuit Fault
Some GM transmissions are sealed for life and have no filler tube. Refer to your owners manual for the scheduled maintenance on the transmission.
Automatic transmission fluid is added through the transmission dipstick tube which is located under the driver's seat. Release the driver's seat and open the engine access cover. The engine oil dipstick is also located here. Remove the Automatic transmission dipstick, use a funnel and add fluid slowly, a little at a time. Do not overfill. Make sure you use proper type of automatic transmission fluid. Make sure vehicle is on level surface and warmed up when checking. Also, refer to your owner's manual for proper procedure to check your transmission fluid. Engine may need to be running with transmission in park or neutral. Be sure to use your emergency brake. Automatic transmission fluid expands as it gets hot, so better to add a little than a lot.
Refer to the transmission code printed on the information sticker on the drivers door pillar (structure where upper hinge bolts to). RE4F04V = lockingRE4F04A = nonlocking Warning: The transmission could have been previously replaced with the other type.
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We can use DC too for the transmission system. Refer HVDC transmission system.
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I think the question might refer to the switch near the transmission gear selector. If so, it stands for Electronically Controlled Transmission. Basically it just gives you some more power. I believe that it delays the shifts until a higher RPM is reached. Of course this only relates to an automatic transmission, and it will probably decrease your miles per gallon. Engine Coolant Temperature
Yes it is a direct fit. Although it is best to refer to the engines as 3100 and 3400, respectively, so as not to confuse them with 3.1L MPFI (1990-1994) and 3.4L. They are all different engines.
Refer to your Chilton's manual.
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Refer to your owners manual. Don't think this requires additional trans fuild. The transmission is designed that way.
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For an automatic transmission, check the fluid level on the ATF dipstick. Refer to your owner's manual for the location of the dipstick.If the level is low, use a funnel to add more ATF by pouring it into the ATF dipstick tube. Be sure to use the right kind of ATF. The new "D/M" ATFs can be used in most cars.
Older texts will refer to the four outer gas giant planets as Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.However, later texts will refer to Jupiter and Saturn as the gas giants and Uranus and Neptune as the ice giants.
Alot of newer cars have a red cap on top of the transmission and you have to pull the speedometer on the transmission ( not a due it yourself check if you have a cap on top of your transmission refer to a repair shop or local oil change store.
refer to you owner manual that came with the car. New ones can be found on eBay
This would refer to the outer planets; the gas giants. In other words, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
I have a 2002 Chevy Tahoe as well. Like many cars, the automatic transmission fluid is poured directly into the same tube the transmission dipstick is located. The transmission dipstick has a red locking grip with the words 'TRANS/LOCK ->' imprinted on the handle. Do not confuse with the engine oil dipstick which has a yellow grab ring. The transmission dipstick has two ranges - one for cold transmission fluid levels, the other for hot transmission fluid levels. Please refer to page 6-25 of your user manual for specifics about this. Suffice it to say, the manual suggests only adding transmission fluid after checking the hot transmission fluid level where it is found to be low. The cold transmission fluid range is for reference only and is not trustworthy. If adding transmission fluid, be sure to use fluid labeled as Dexron III - any other type may cause permanent damage to the transmission.