How to Remove a Transmission on a Chevrolet Silverado?


To remove a transmission on a Chevrolet Silverado, here is how to do it. Lift the Chevy off the ground using jack stands. Remove the U-bolts. Get the drive shaft out of the transmission. Open the Chevy's hood and remove the transmission dipstick tube. Pull out the dipstick tube. Take off the speedometer cable and shift linkage from the transmission. Get the vacuum line from the diaphragm. Remove the bolt that connects the transmission to the engine and the bolts that connect the torque converter to the flywheel with the wrench and ratchet set to reveal the transmission.
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1. Jack up the front end of the Chevy using the jack, one side at a time. Place jack stands under the truck on both sides at the support points. 2. Jack up the rear of the truck and
If its an automatic trans, dipstick will be located on the left side close to the fire wall. That is left as your looking under the hood. Should look like a big oil dip stick.
If you need to ask how you have no chance of rebuilding a transmission. and we have not started on tools yet.
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How to Remove a Transmission on a Chevrolet Silverado
If your Silverado's transmission is damaged, burned out, or you just want to replace it, you must remove it. Take adequate time to complete the job, and be prepared to lift the Chevy completely off of the ground to access the transmission.... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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