1994 gmc k1500 starts and idles fine put in gear and stalls(like i let out clutch) i have a 4l60e trans replaced tcc in trans no change

Asked by Oct 19, 2012 at 08:28 PM about the 1994 GMC Suburban K1500 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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5,575

sounds like your torque convertor is locked up see if you can get it moving them put in drive to make sure thats it then it wont stall until u stop again

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35,935

He replaced the tcc thinking it was the problem and it didn't fix it. What is your fuel pressure?

thanks robert and john here is some more info, got 94 gmc i have 310,000 miles on original motor and trans and fuel pump only thing changed out was a new radiator at 145,000 miles. fuel pressure is good. took out trans and checked tc turns one way fine like it should re checked tcc to double check still got problem. cant road test cause of the problem i have, how ever i put 4x4 in netural and could shift throu gears fine.motor 5.7 tbi any other tries. cant find any other problem the same or even close to my problem

35,935

What was the fuel pressure?

35,935

Once the torque converter is unbolted from the flexplate it should spin freely in both directions shouldn't it? Can you get it rolling and into gear? So many questions I'm trying to contain them lol. For now anyway.

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I have a 1994 suburban 4 4 and wht gear do u put it in when drivn around city and how do you change the gears

5,575

If you don't know how to change the gears do you think you should even be driving?

Well if you don't know how to answer her question, then should you be answering? Not very nice. I'm pretty sure that she is asking about how to shift her manual 4wd GEARS from 2lo to 2hi etc. Which is a good question. Put the e-brake on (on a 94 suburban you will want to push down on the left brake pedal) and then shift the gear-shifter that touches your steering wheel column into neutral. Then shift away on the gear-shifter that is coming straight up from the center of your two seats (little black knob) and shift fast BC slow shifts can slip. Shift to desired gear (2Hi, etc.) and then take it out of neutral. Release the e-brake with the lever above the e-brake pedal to your left on a 94 suburban 1500 and enjoy. Hope this helped. Saw your question on a few threads best of luck.

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