Am having 2005 crew cab 3/4 transmission flushed w/ filter but am wondering abt transmission belt/chain, should it be replaced at 90,000 also?

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Asked by bmwCHEVY Nov 27, 2012 at 10:26 AM about the 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LS Crew Cab 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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DavidH25
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Flushing an automatic transmission can do more harm than good, stirring up sludge on the bottom that does no harm, change it, sure, but flush, well I never do that on my cars And what belt or chain are you referring to?

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Sorry-was vague, the timing belt or chain (don't know what it has). Used to be recommended replacement 60-90,000.

DavidH25
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Find out if it has a chain or belt. If it's a chain, forget it, don't worry about it, but a belt MUST be replaced at 90,000 MAXIMUM, I would go with 60,000

DavidH25
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What engine is in it and I will try to find out if it has a belt

DavidH25
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Every engine option for 2005 that I could find Silverados have a chain. The 4.6, if that's what you have, for sure

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