I assumed there was a problem with my ignition and put it on the back burner. After five times trying to correct the problem he let the vehicle go back, and lost money on the truck when he traded it in. First I changed fluid and filter. I can move the shifter into all gears, but I only have 2nd, Neutral, Reverse, and Park. But the motor dieing and the fuel pump acting weird only happens 2 or 3 times a week, and doesn't seem to die more often when the trans isn't shifting.
The shift lever is locked when the key is in the locked position 2. Something needs to be done to correct this problem as this is a huge safety issue. While driving when engaging the passing gear sometimes you hear that clonking sound like if there was a slack in the transmission. Every hole or crack in the road I can feel when I hit a small hole or a dip in the pave the vehicle wants to dog track most of the time the truck pulls to the left, when it does there is a slight vibration you can feel from the accelerator or the brake. Has never slipped or stuttered. It's like if gm has people working on these statements just to cover themselves from having to repair or change parts in order to save money in which I wouldn't dought. One other notable thing is that sometimes when I turn the truck off, the fuel pump sometimes runs for a long period of time after shutting off once it ran for 45 minutes.
The consumer entered a file of 1-281746845. The truck was on an incline in overdrive with my foot on the brake, let off the brake and gave it gas to merge into traffics and the truck wouldn't accelerate. And when going down the road at about 40 and try to shift manually in 3rd still nothing just revs up. This happens 4 to 5 times a week. Towing my 28 ft 5th wheel trailer on level ground we experienced a loud bang and the feeling like something in the driveline had broken.
Like I said, turning the ignition on and off 3 or 4 times fixes it every single time. I turned the truck off as the book said and then restarted. The other time there was no sign of a problem before engine stalled out. It is in the repair shop again because when you put the truck in reverse it dies. He took the vehicle to the dealership, and they performed the recall repairs.
It is comprised of high-quality and durable parts that will last for a long period of time. Additionally, it is equipped with high-quality friction plates, steel plates, rings, seals, gaskets, and a rubber kit that will make installation quick and easy. Not every time but it happens quite often. He contacted the dealership and manufacturer, but the problem was not covered by the recall. The dealership attempted four repairs and it is not fixed.
My biggest problem is, I work in the oil field and am away from home for weeks at a time so the repairs have to be done in a shop and I can't do much to my truck. He advised I look into the ignition problem. Be bought it brand new so we would be less likely to have problems. Dealer and manufacturer have been notified of the problem. Vehicle had been to the repair shop five times for this same problem, but problem still persists.
When it dies, use a test light to see if all fuses have power into them in the panel under the dash, if not it could very well be the ign switch is bad and not feeding everything all of thetime or cant hold any real draw through it The only obvious thing that happens when the truck dies is that the fuel pump doesn't turn on. . Were normal operation of the transmission. Dealer has tried to fix problem 3 different times, but that is not working and has made condition worse than before. No, I don't know the codes.
I managed to get the truck to the side of the road and read the owners manual concerning the light. The erroneous speed indication causes an issue when going too slow or too fast in traffic. They never sent one, as of today, gm said that they didn't do that. I haven't noticed anything that doesn't work when the trans won't shift. We have had 3 new transmissions not including the factory one.