Does 2008 Silverado have transmission cooler?
Your 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 might be the best vehicle you've ever owned. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the OE Transmission Cooler product you desperately need. via
What causes a transmission cooler line to leak?
Transmission cooling lines leaking means either low-level of fluid or interrupted flow in the transmission. In both cases, the result is an overheated transmission that may stop functioning if the condition persists. Sometimes, it is difficult to spot the leak at the initial stage. via
What kind of transmission is in a 2008 Chevy Silverado 1500?
The Silverado 1500 offers a number of engines, from the base V6 to the top-end 6.0-liter V8. They're paired with a four-speed automatic transmission. via
Should you layer JB Weld?
JB Weld can be applied in layers. Just clean the surface thoroughly, apply the JB welding, and wait at least 8 hours to re-apply. When applying additional layers, it's important to wait to apply until the first application is fixed. via
Are transmission coolers under pressure?
Its NOT only pressure you have to worry about, its also compatibility with the trans fluid. NOT aware of the pressures being any higher than other transmissions, so if you use "Transmission Cooler Hose" you should be fine. via
What can causes low line pressure in a transmission?
Pressure that are lower than specifications are usually caused by leaking seals or a worn oil pump. Higher than normal pressures are usually caused by a faulty pressure regulator. These specifications for an electronic transmission require that the current to the Pressure Control Solenoid be measured. via
How do you test transmission cooler lines? (video)