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Thread: Slippage In Reverse?
05-13-2009, 12:26 AM #1
Slippage In Reverse?
Well, 2002 Silverado with 5.3 z71 package. Put it in reverse to park the cattle trailer, it shows that its in reverse. Give it a little gas, truck does not move at all, no rocking no clunking no nothing, it just raises the RPM. Has happened a few times when I'm just going in reverse, i get the RPM to around 1,500 and i stop, let it idle. then release the brake and give it gas again, it goes to 1,200 and then catches, and spins the tires(gravel and grass and stone surface). This is very concerning, there's been alot of things wrong with my truck thus far(january), and this is only adding to my bill. Also, when i turned my truck on today, i had in the display thing(can't remember what its called, but it shows your "Change Engine Oil" in orange) Well as i was saying, it said "Service 4WD" or "Service 4x4" for less then two seconds. Then it went away. Drove it away for a block or two. Started it back up. And it didn't say anything.
I'm needing to go get my codes read very badly i guess. There's a bunch of other problems with my truck too, some ticking when i start my truck and drive it for a bit, until i romp on the gas. Then it's gone, just did a full oil change. Did it before oil change, and still after.
2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 z71 1985 Chevrolet Silverado k10 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 2500hd 6.6l LLY Duramax 6.5" BDS Suspension Lift Key'd to 9" Edelbrock Carb & Polished Intake Manifold & Valve Covers NAPC Race Transmission & NAPC Built Transfer Case EFI Live Comp Cam and Valvetrain Snow Performance Methanol Injection 35" Toyo Open Country Mud Terrain on 18" Ion Alloy 179's Headman Long Tube Headers and True Dual Exhaust FASS 150gph Titanium Series Pump AirAid Cold Air Intake with K&N Dry Filter & AirAid PowerAid Throttle Body Spacer 2" Suspension Lift 33x12.50r15 Tires PPE Tuner until i tune it with my EFI Live Pacesetter Long Tube Headers with Cats Gone True Dual Exhaust FlowPro 3.73 Gears Yukon Grizzly Locker with Mag-Hytec Cover & Traction Bars NGK Iridium Tips & MSD Ignition Plug Wires Baja Spare Tire Holder Leveling kit & 34.5" Nitto Grapplers 18" XD Rims Innovate LC-1 Wideband o2 Sensor x2 HID's all around LED taillights and 3rd brake light BDS Dual Steering Stabilizers Pioneer Double-DIN Touchscreen Navigation with Two 10" Subs under rear seat Electric Fan Autometer Pressure, Boost, and Pyro Gauges 4.56 Gears AFE Stage 2 Intake
05-14-2009, 12:28 AM #2
No one got any idea's on whats happening with my truck?
09-29-2011, 10:34 PM #3
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Are you the original owner? An accident or abuse might have caused the shift cable to be out of alignment. Go underneath the truck and have an assistant move the selector from park to reverse and mark the relationship to a reference point. Then remove the shift cable and shift it from park to reverse without the shift cable attached. If it has changed, then an alignment of the shift cable or replacement of the cable is indicated. You get the idea.
Other then that, visit a trans shop or three and get an opinion WITHOUT
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Continued... leaving the truck with them unattended. It might be an electronic problem or the trans is generating metal and the valve body is clogged up, which might require a rebuild.
In my opinion, if this truck has been lemonious, bite the bullet and fix the problem and get rid of it because the problems are going to continue, why I don't know, but that is the way it is. Look for an old mans truck, those guys are the best to buy trucks from..
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