2004 silverado transmission pan removal
2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Clear Vehicle Filter Search For Another Vehicle When servicing your transmission, make sure to replace your filter and pan seal. Your transmission filter keeps the fluid in your transmission clean and free of debris.Use a wrench to remove the two Ubolts which hold the driveshaft to the differential. Pull the driveshaft away from the differential, then pull the driveshaft towards the back of the Silverado until the driveshaft slides out of the transmission. Step 3 Open the hood and disconnect the transmission's dipstick tube from the side of the engine. 2004 silverado transmission pan removal
Jun 23, 2013 This is not a tutorial on how to drop the pan This is some advice for you do it yourselfers out there that ran into lil problems like I did. Vehicle2004 Chevy 1500 Z71 5. 3L.
May 24, 2007 If your pan has a drain plug, be careful removing it as well. They can be tight from the factory, and a lot of people ruin them on first removal. It seems like I read about somebody prying the bracket aside enough to get the pan outyou might search the Autoforums Silverado board or My Chevy Truck forums for more info. Good luck. Thanks, but that thread does not address the issue with a 2000 Silverado 4L60 transmission. The pan will not come down as the shift link bracket interferes. I eventually loosened the mount and jacked up the transmission enough to remove the pan. So far I have not seen any posts here that suggests that, or any other, method of pan removal. 2004 silverado transmission pan removal Apr 28, 2010 I am going to be changing my transmission fluid in the next few weeks and thought about adding a drain plug to the pain. I am not exactly comfortable with drilling a hole in the pan to add a drain plug so I had a thought. Would I be able to get a pan from a 2000 4L60E with a drain plug and replac