The switch is located on the driver side of the tranny on top. There will be two wires going into it. It is a lttle difficult to get to but is manageable. The two wires are connected to it through a plug, take it off and then use a socket wrench to unscrew the switch. You may need to move out of your way two small metal tubing that is directly in front of the switch, discconnect it from the harness and make sure you put it back in place when finished. Good luck, JQ Dancing on the edge
The 1994 Chevrolet K 1500 backup light relay switch can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The backup light relay switch will be above the gas pedal.
The 1999 K1500 had the 4L60E automatic trans. Not sure which standard trans was used.
It is on the drivers side of the tranny. It is the electrical switch around the shifter.
Slide in under the drivers side door and look up at the drivers side of the transmission and you will see a black plastic switch right behind the shifter linkage on the side of the trans. It will have an electrical connector pluged into it. That will be what you are looking for. REPLACE THAT SWITCH if that is your problem. You didn't say what kind of trouble your having.
The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 fuel pump shutoff switch is located in the fuse box. The location of the switch can be found on the inside cover of the fuse box.
Its in the fuse box labeled trans
Under hood, center, rear engine area, driver side of distributor, mounted in block.
in a chiltons or hanes manual located at any auto parts store
It is mounted on the top of the starter.
Rebuild trans. Pay someone to do it too.
In the fuel tank
it's located in the rear of the transfer case
In the throttle body.
take the tranny out and get it rebuilt by a pro i have to do it to mine i lost every gear but 1st.....
No it did not. The 4L80E transmissions were only used in the 3/4 tons.The 1/2 tons had the 4L60E trans. in them.
Stay under 5,000 lbs. with that combination.
General Motors products do not use inertia/reset switches.
It should be located on a tag under the hood.
It located above and to the left of the differential slimjam bell housing on 1991 models but was later moved to the rear of the slipring manifold slide reset switch on 1992 models.
The problem is driving in the rain. Don't worry unless you live in Seattle.
YES, Just the front doors will fit.
There is a small O-RING that fits over the shaft that the safety switch slides over. It is called a shift shaft seal.
Requires factory tow package or aftermarket oil cooler engine and trans 5,500 lbs V6 6,500 lbs V8
The 1996 K1500 series of General Motors light-trucks have their automatic transmission fluid located across three areas. Most fluid will be located in the automatic transmission itself. Secondary locations include its lines leading to the in-tank radiator, and an auxiliary external cooler (if so equipped).