Could be several reasons and pretty much the same for any vehicle: -Improper replacement -Bad forward universal joint causing vibration at transmission tail -Unbalanced driveshaft causing vibration at transmission tail -Bad transmission mount Universal joints usually "clunk" when bad Unbalanced driveshafts will cause a vibration when driving - the faster the speed the more the vibration
Yes they are the exact same.
Where is the tcm in a 1994 chevy S10 Blazer
That would be a 4L60-E transmission.
The shift solenoid on your 1994 Chevrolet Blazer, is located on the top of the transmission. The solenoid will be labeled.
replacement of the transmission dipstick tub seal on a 1994 s10 blazer
A 4L60E, the only years that will work are 1993 and 1994.
As long as the mounts and transmission line up yes, 1994 through 2004 use all the same parts
have the transmission rebuilt Itll cost about $1600
The solenoids are attached to the valve body inside the transmission. They rarely fail. Most probably, you have either clutches that have worn out, or internal seals are leaking. Change the fluid and filter, and if that doesn't help, find a trustworthy shop to rebuild your transmission.
No 1995 was a transition year from the 1993-1994 OBD-1 to the 1996 and up OBD2. A 4L60E out of a 1995 has to be in another 1995.
yes it will
assuming your talking about the transmission modulator...visually inspect the transmission and look for a vacuum hose from the engine to the tranny...
The speed sensor is located on the transmission on tail shaft behind the transfer case
The front seal on your automatic transmission would be between the torque converter and the front pump of the transmission. The transmission would have to be removed along with the torque converter to replace the seal.
Yes the 1994 trans will physically bolt up to the jimmy engine. Unfortunately, the electronic transmission controls for the two vehicles are very different and are not compatible.
It'll fit, but it won't work. The 94 transmission is electronic, and interfaces with the ECM. It won't be compatible with the 91 in that regard.
If a transmission is leaking fluid, it is likely that a seal or gasket has failed. Replace the gaskets and seals and the leaking should stop.
open ended wrench and some muscle.
That would be the 4L60E transmission.
Remove the old one, put the new one in. It's pretty cut and dry. Secure a transmission jack under the transmission, detach anything attached to the transmission, unbolt the bolts on the bell housing, and the transmission comes right out.
The S10 nomenclature was dropped after 1994... from that point on, it was just known as the Blazer, while the K5 was dropped and replaced by the Tahoe.Answering your question, that vehicle will have a 4L60E auto transmission... any 4L60E from 1993 to present will work, so long as it matches the vehicle drive (e.g., 2WD transmission for 2WD vehicle, 4WD transmission for 4WD vehicle).
It is a 4L60E transmission. the 94 model had 2 different 4L60E trans, one has a GM option code (CTF) and the other one doesnt.