They're usually available at your local auto parts store and if they dont happen to have the one you need they can probably order it. . After it's been removed and cleaned there are a number of different drain plugs that can be installed. In the front middle of the dash is a cassette player and then right to the right of the steering wheel is a second unit used to control the ac and radio and its actually a twp piece set the ac is actually a separate unit with the radio panel stacked over it to look as one…. It's a pretty messy job till you get the hand of it! The atsg Is the most widely used by rebuild techs. And my second problem is that the wiring for both units appear to be hard wired, granted i actually didnt take the units themselves apart to look inside and see but typically when i remove a factory unit there is simply a wiring harness to remove and i go from there whether i re wire or use a harness. Pull the dip stick a wipe, relace, remove and che … ck the level on the stick.
Only issue is I cannot for the life of me find a wiring harness for it. Most problems not fixed by fixing the vacuum accumulator, downshift cable and fluid and filter change, is not readily serviceable. All require drilling a hole in … the pan. I would check with all auto parts stores in your area to see if there is one you can check if that schematic is in there before buying though. Depending on what diagram you are looking for, as there are many.
Thank you for your time. The only one I found was the one in the Haynes Manual, but that only shows the positive wire not the pink, orange, blue, etc. They don't have drain plugs. The Trans oil dip stick has a red cap and is located on the left side of the engine when standing in the front of truck and toward the windshield. Although I know its better to just keep in all original, but I just don't have the money for that right now. My electrical ignition switch is failing and the cheapest I found a replacement for was about 300 dollars. I'm assuming that this is an automatic transmission.
How do i solve this problem and help would be great as id love to avoid paying a professional installer to do it. I'm new to the site somewhat new at mechanics. The transmission fluid should be checked when the is vehicle is warmed up and while the engine is on. Even most service manuals don't deal with the transmission. You will be able to find many answers to the 4l60e at helpwrench. There is no vacuum modulator or tv cable on the 4l60e. Hayes and chilton make manuals for all kinds of vehicles, that would be where i would check.
In correction to the above statement. A family friend owns a small little auto parts store and he says i can just cut the wires this is all on the removable wiring harness side use an universal ignition switch temporarily while I can buy the whole switch and harness. Adding More Information If you would like to help the Modified Life community by adding any missing information or adding a new car audio wire diagram to our resource, please feel free to post it at the bottom of this page. What is wrong with … the tranny? And the fluid and filter is easily done in the 4l60e. .
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