It's broke internally.
It's not the solenoids.
There is a way to test it without pulling the pan.
I have a wiring schematic.
I will post the test and the schemtatic if you insist.
It will do you no good.
You will look at them....
You will study them...
You will think about doing the test...
And I am in firm belief of this......
you will be like so many others that came before you requesting
schematics and test proceedures.....and not perform the tests.
you do not own the equipment needed to perform the tests that
"should" be performed in order to verify what I am telling you,
and what is fact......it's broke. It's broke bad. It's broke reeeel
no one is going to loan you the expensive scanner needed to look at
no one is going to loan you a "TransX" shifter to tie into the harness
to shift the unit and moniter the comands and the electrical parameters
as they are being output.
ain't no doubt......it's gotta come out.
~yes....i will post the tests and the schematics if you persist~
~willing to answer the questions asked to the best of his ability....as
they are posted~
Has to be the 4T60. The sun shells always break in them. The sooner you get
it fixxed the cheaper it will be. Letting all the metal from broken parts
float around in there will only break more parts in time.
I think Marsha was referring to the fact that he doesn't have the 4T60
because T stands for Transverse and is a front wheel drive tranny. If he
owns a full sized truck he has the 4L60E or 4L80E where L stands for
longitudinal and is a rear wheel drive tranny. In fact, since he has a 3500
series with the 6.5L TD then he has the 4L80E because it is rated for more
load, etc. I don't believe the 60 was ever put behind the 6.5 even in the
half-ton's (my '95 C1500 with the 6.5L TD had the 4L80E).
Cheers - Jonathan
My bad thats what I meant was the 4L60. I didn't think they put it in the
3500 either but wasn't sure with it being that old of a truck. In that
case it sounds like you have a broken piston in the direct clutch drum.
That would be the only thing I can think of if you didn't just have it
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