96 Chevy Silverado 4L60E transmission

Asked by Mabull Jul 31, 2019 at 04:51 PM about the Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

We just had to replace the transmission on
my husband's Silverado but it still seems to
be having problems shifting out up or down
correctly (it is a used trans.), it seems like it
might be electric. What could cause that? Do
you have to reset the brain?

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the used tranny is probably junk like the one you took out . Why you would go through the expense and trouble of replacing a tranny and not go with a newly rebuilt one I don't know

Because the tranny we replaced the old one with came out of a vehicle and was working just fine when it was removed. That's why I asked if it could be electronic. A complete idiot I am not I assure you. We were also told right after changing them out that the clutches and such were just fine in the old tranny which is another reason I ask could it be electronic.

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