Common Transmission Problems with Chevrolet

We are knowledgeable and experienced with Chevrolet transmission repairs, transmission rebuild and service. Chevrolet dealerships are also very knowledgeable of course. Transmission work at a dealership comes with a premium and most of the time dealerships do not repair transmissions. Our transmission shop has been rebuilding, repairing and servicing Chevy transmissions for over 35 years. We keep up to date with the latest technology, specifications and use OEM parts so you will always get the best repairs and service.

 

Some common problems in Chevrolet transmissions are found in 4L60E transmission. These vehicles include Firebird / Camaro / Corvette. Not being able to shift into reverse is one common problem as the low-reverse clutches are worn out. Or a busted sunshield can occur as a worn boot valve. At times the car won’t shift when at high RPM's which is usually remedied by replacing the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS). Failure to shift out of low gears is caused by the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) not working. Other common problems include worn out clutches, servo seals and burned out solenoids.

 

The Chevrolet Impala has had issues with the pressure control solenoid solenoid. This is a minor repair that resolves the issue. This is common at AA One Transmissions and is not an expensive repair. The Chevrolet Silverado transmission has had problems as well, at times serious rebuilds have had to be made usually in the 2004 - 2007 models. The 4T560 transmission made for the Chevrolet Venture / MonteCarlo, Lumina and Barrett have also had pressure control solenoid problems.

We have ASE certified technicians with expertise to repair all Chevrolet models and trucks. Contact us immediately if you experience a 'Check Engine' light on the dashboard, any unusual sounds, slipping gears, higher than usual RPM rates. AA One Transmissions will diagnose your transmission concern and get you back on the road with the least expense as possible.

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