1-2 Shift P1870

1-2 Shift P1870

Postby DjPcEra [OP] » May 13th 2011, 1:29am

I'm going to drain the transmission fluid and change the filter hoping it solves my issue.

I will also add an additive.

Will keep posted with new updates.

:)

Edit : will I need some gasket sealer for this?
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Re: 1-2 Shift P1870

Postby DjPcEra [OP] » May 13th 2011, 2:02am

DjPcEra wrote:I'm going to drain the transmission fluid and change the filter hoping it solves my issue.

I will also add an additive.

Will keep posted with new updates.

:)

Edit : will I need some gasket sealer for this?


What transmission fluid should I use? Remember that I won't be flushing, don't know how, nor know if it would help.
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Re: 1-2 Shift P1870

Postby chevymaherchevymaher is online! » May 13th 2011, 2:18am

Dexron just ask when you go to parts place.They will know what you need.You should not need gasket sealer either gasket will be just fine.
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Re: 1-2 Shift P1870

Postby DjPcEra [OP] » May 13th 2011, 2:36am

chevymaher wrote:Dexron just ask when you go to parts place.They will know what you need.You should not need gasket sealer either gasket will be just fine.



I will only need a gallon of atf, right ?

And is installing a drain plug really hard?
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Re: 1-2 Shift P1870

Postby Leeann_93 » May 13th 2011, 2:54am

5 qts, generally. Installing a drain plug is pretty easy.
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Re: 1-2 Shift P1870

Postby DjPcEra [OP] » May 13th 2011, 3:27am

Leeann_93 wrote:5 qts, generally. Installing a drain plug is pretty easy.

easy enough for novice?

Also, what is the avg cost for someone to test the pressure lines from the transmission?
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Re: 1-2 Shift P1870

Postby DjPcEra [OP] » May 14th 2011, 7:03pm

ok, ive read it's possible to remove the tcc valve without removing the body... anyone?

Solved: watched a vid
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Re: 1-2 Shift P1870

Postby DjPcEra [OP] » May 14th 2011, 7:20pm

DjPcEra wrote:ok, ive read it's possible to remove the tcc valve without removing the body... anyone?

Solved: watched a vid



wdf the clips on are backwars -_-
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Re: 1-2 Shift P1870

Postby DjPcEra [OP] » May 14th 2011, 10:17pm

DjPcEra wrote:
DjPcEra wrote:ok, ive read it's possible to remove the tcc valve without removing the body... anyone?

Solved: watched a vid



wdf the clips on are backwars -_-


have the valve body out... the valve plug is stuck... can't push it in or out
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Re: 1-2 Shift P1870

Postby DjPcEra [OP] » May 16th 2011, 8:03pm

DjPcEra wrote:
DjPcEra wrote:
DjPcEra wrote:ok, ive read it's possible to remove the tcc valve without removing the body... anyone?

Solved: watched a vid



wdf the clips on are backwars -_-


have the valve body out... the valve plug is stuck... can't push it in or out


It went in.... and still does the shift too slow..

I went to another transmission guy and he said there is a ball inside that gets stuck...

sometimes it won't get 1st and pass to 2nd shift... he said he would charge me 200$
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