The torque amount for a Silverado is 44 inch pounds on first torque, and? Shortly thereafter the vehicle began to periodically self-engage into 4wd low when stopped traffic signal or stop and go traffic. My transfer case came in this morning and should be installed by tomorrow evening. That would make some horrendous screaching tires and reving engine noise? Note: there is a recall on the 2015 models for the electric power steering eps gm 14743 -- same symptoms. I reassembled the brake control solenoid and applied power, no luck. The spring is always trying to press the notched metal plate upward into the metal cover. The job usually cleans the fluid and filter and they charge you about a… More than likely 5 quarts but possibly 4.
It can determine this because each switch has a different resistor in series with the circuit. Twice charging us for things not covered under warranty like alignment and rotation. The newer motor will not run without it. I simply pressed the buttons while watching the scan data. Finally was able to bring my truck in to the automotive repair facility and they put it on a lift, and used the hydraluic jack lifts to lift the wheels off the lift itself. The brake control resistance was in spec but when power was applied, it would not allow the motor to spin and change modes, it stayed locked. Odie That may be the culprit.
But, it's pretty involved to do the troubleshooting and you may not have the tools or inclination. It started at or about 30,000 miles, the truck has 66,000 now and I am sure the dealer won't listen to me, just my wallet. The dash-mounted transfer case mode control is a set of normally open switches that vary the voltage supplied by the transfer case module when closed. Has this happened to many silverado owners. Usually, starting with the bolt at the 12 o'clock position, then move to the 6 o'clock, then 3, then 9. Since the pump was not working it burned the clutches up. I've had my 2005 Silverado for almost two years now.
The manufacturer was notified of the failure. It seemed like it was in 4wd at times. Each has its own diagnostic procedures, and the best source for understanding how these systems work will always be your information system. The truck was going in for a recall in the steerinng pump. A few weeks later same warning. Does this point to an exact problem? A loud clicking noise could be heard as he shifted it into 4wd, but front tire would not spin. Try rolling the truck in park.
One way that I experienced is that I felt a vibration on my suburban when I reached a certain speed, about 30 mph. When I was stopped the vehicle put itself into 4wd low without me knowing. The dealer repaired the vehicle per the warranty and replaced a switch underneath the instrument panel; the failure recurred in December 2009. It was making a noise similar to what a worn sproket would make and a chain slipping. Sorry about the 'personal experience' question.
But, it's pretty involved to do the troubleshooting and you may not have the tools or inclination. Then it will not act up again until it set's awhile. I'll see if I can come up with a way to get you the manual section. Need a new transfer case which is currently being ordered and should be in next week. The failure mileage was 131,000.
I found that the pick up tube for the pump in the transfer case came apart. Using a voltmeter, I determined 0 voltage was present on terminal C, circuit 241, brown wire. I'm located in a small town near Muncie, Indiana. They told me they would clean it off and apply a layer of jb weld epoxy to it to seal it up. The problem ended up being the brake control solenoid in the transfer case motor. I searched around but couldn't find anyone who supplied internal parts for the transfer motor.
The fuse appears fine and upon replacement the exact conditions exist. I'll put this to the test next week on my vacation. And if you like what you see, subscribe to Tim's YouTube Channel. One is a 1999 model, the other a 2000. I know the problem is in my transfer case but not sure where.
You can save this graphic file to your personal laptop. I decided to look closer at the description for B2527 and found something interesting. Sometimes you can spray a small amount of starting fluid at a suspected vacuum leak and if there is a leak at that point, the engine will suddenly start to sound different while it burns off the starting fluid. I've been coming to this forum for advice, part numbers, etc. Brake control solenoid without cover. I have been driving around without 4wd ever since. The transfer case did have a small hole in it.
Not sure if thats the direct cause, I think the lever where it meets the inside either broke off or the chain might of boke. That ground seems to cause a fair amount of issues. I didn't want to purchase a transfer case control module and not fix my problem so I removed the transfer case motor and tried running it on my workbench. I also tested it in the deep snow behind my house. I noticed this prior to the end of the warranty period but just forgot about taking it in for warranty service as I just stopped using the auto four wheel feature. There is a message that reads Service 4 Wheel Drive. Those units have a clutch pack that wears out esp.