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1997 GMC Sierra 1500 Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

1997 GMC Sierra 1500 Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

There are two main problems with the transmission in the 1997 GMC Sierra 1500: one is the clutch and the other is a faulty torque converter. The latter is caused by a cracked slip yoke. A replacement is usually necessary and can be found for less than $100. Both of these problems are easily fixed by replacing the parts. Here are some other common causes of shifting problems and how you can fix them.

The first problem is the transmission. It has a problem with the gearbox. In such a case, you need to replace it. You will need to remove the old transmission from your vehicle and install a new one. Then you need to reflashed the PCM in your vehicle to accept the new transmission. Once you have done this, you can start the replacement. After the replacement, you will need to reprogram the transmission to work with your vehicle. You should also check the VIN number of the vehicle to find the exact model of the transmission.

Alternatively, you can replace the valve body. The old valve body will cause the transmission to slip between gears. Once the pintle is removed, you should replace the entire transmission. This may be expensive, so it's best to get a replacement. But before you do this, make sure to read the warranty and the manual before doing so. You need to make sure that you are getting the best deal on your transmission. You should never pay too much for a faulty one.

If the problem is with the transmission, you should look for symptoms such as hard 1-2 shift and engine bogging. The latter could be caused by the torque convertor clutch applying during shift. The wiring harness should be checked from the transmission case connector to the rear of the engine on the driver side. If you notice frayed wires, the problem is likely the TCC solenoid or pressure control solenoid. These components need to be replaced.

Your 1997 GMC Sierra 1500 transmission might also suffer from slippage in between gears, overheating, or slipping out of gear. If you've experienced this, you might need to replace the transmission. It can last anywhere from one to two hundred thousand miles, so it's important to make sure you maintain it properly. If the transmission is failing, it will be easier for you to find a replacement.

If you're looking for a reliable transmission, consider the following factors. If the vehicle is properly maintained, it will last for up to 130,000 miles. Besides the type of engine, the transmission can also be damaged by rust, heat, and other factors. If the issue is the transmission, you will need to replace it to get the best performance. A high-quality transmission will last longer than the original.

1997 GMC Sierra 1500 Transmission 4 Speed Automatic