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The 1999 Chevrolet C-K-3500 has a four-speed automatic transmission. The CK series has the GM nameplate on them. The K series is the heavy-duty version of the truck. The Chevrolet K3500 is the fourth-generation of the vehicle. It was introduced in 1991 as a replacement for the mid-range R/V series. It was built for commercial purposes only.
The C/K pickup trucks were sold alongside their predecessor models from 1988 to 1991 and between 1999 and 2000 with the GMT800 Silverado and Sierra. In 2001 and 2002, the C/K line was re-introduced with the C3500HD heavy-duty chassis cab. The CK3500HD was a replacement for the previous CK3500.
The CK-series trucks were sold alongside their predecessor model line for a brief period of time. The C/K line continued for a while, alongside the GMT800. The first two generations were marketed as light-duty and medium-duty pickup trucks and were discontinued in 2001 and 2002. After this period, the Chevy C/K was released as a heavier-duty version with a chassis cab.
The CK-3500 was also sold with the SK3500. The Studebaker C/K chassis was imported in small numbers and lasted until the 1999 production. In Brazil, GM renamed the short-bed C2500 as the GMC C3500HD and increased the maximum weight of the truck to 7,716 pounds. This classification allows trucks to have lower taxes and licensing fees.
The transmission in a C/K pickup truck was produced by GM from 1988 to 1991. From 1995 to 2002, the Chevrolet C/K pickup truck was sold with the GMT800 Silverado/Sierra. After this, the model became obsolete. During this time, the pickup trucks were available in two different versions: the GMT800 and the C3500HD.
Besides the transmission, the vehicle also has other parts that are worth repairing. A damaged pump could cause the filter to split, so it is a good idea to check the pump and the filter before replacing it. The quality of the filter is not affected by this issue, but a replacement may not fix the problem. It may be worth the extra effort to inspect the pump before the new one is installed.
A bad transmission is one of the most common reasons for the truck to be unable to shift gears. The transmission in a C/K 3500 can be prone to problems if the engine is not working properly. If the car is experiencing transmission issues, it is best to seek a professional technician who has experience with the specific vehicle you drive. The repair will be much less costly if you have a mechanic who has specialized knowledge and experience in dealing with vehicles.