we have replaced our trannie four times and the last one i know is good because i drove the vehicle to my shop to swap them out and it still acts like theres no trannie whats could be the problem

Asked by May 10, 2017 at 03:49 PM about the 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair


9 Answers


The problem may be that you need to find a better transmission shop. You don't say why the transmissions are failing.

i dont know why its like theres not one in at all and i have replaced several trannies in my life even being a female and never seen anything like it could it be a sensor or i have foun d a purple wire tha had been cut and i wired it back together could that be it


If you did the work you need to double check everything you did.

man i have ran thru everything so many times the only thing i found is that wire on the harness


If you can't find the problem, take it to a pro.

well im not licensed but went to school for a while on it and have done several. i have my own shop and thought that was what this site was for is to find help

sorry for mistaken

i do have to push a button under the console in oirder for the gear shift to move coulkd that be it by chance


This site is here to find help, but the person helping has to have full knowledge of your issue. It's hard to diagnose issues over the internet based on part descriptions and little information. Our answers are educated guess's at best. So since you replaced 4 transmission, I assume your putting used ones in or rebuilt ones? A wire or sensor that doesn't belong can be the issue. I would consult a friend at a trans shop for more help. I know plenty of mechanics that don't know everything and rely on help of other mechanics.

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