1999 Chevy Silverado won't move when I put it in drive or reverse

Asked by Nov 03, 2015 at 11:11 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just replaced the fly wheel and put it all
back together and now it won't move. The
reason I replaced it was because the fly
wheel was bent. And I double checked that
everything was connected. And I made sure
that u out the torque converter on correctly.
The fluid is right and I even got under to see
if the cable was broke but it isn't. Any
thoughts on what it could be?

2 Answers


Meany reasons, One is was the torque converter checked to see if it had not moved forward on the trany? Needs to be seated back toward the bell-housing so to not be able to get your fingers in behind it. Did you remember to bolt it to the flex plate? Is the fluid level full? Run threw the gears with foot on break and check in park or neutral. And are all the electrical connections together?

Yes it was seated all the way back. And all the bolts are on and torqued to spec. All electrical connections are together as well as all fluid levels are correct

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