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Transmission Gear Slipping Problems of Chevrolet Express



Chevrolet Express owners have reported 2 problems related to transmission gear slipping (under the power train category).

car image   Transmission Gear Slipping problem of the 2000 Chevrolet Express 1
Failure Date: 01/01/2004

Transmission started to slip when changing gears. The transmission only had 39000 miles on it. I took the van into taylor chev. And was told that they needed me to authorize $1000 in labor costs for diagnostics. I contacted GMC to explain that I felt that they should pickup a all or a portion of the cost. GMC told me that they don't show any records that routine maintenance had been preformed because it was done by an outside source and "that doesn't count". I picked up my van and took it to a transmission shop where I was informed that this is a common problem with the 4l60e transmission. The bearing is not hardened properly and is designed to last for about 40000 miles. The total cost out of my pocket for shabby workmanship on GMC's part was $1678. 00, which is about $1500. 00 less that the dealer told me it was going to cost. I would like to see something done about this.

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car image   Transmission Gear Slipping problem of the 2003 Chevrolet Express 2
Failure Date: 03/06/2003

The rack and pinion unit has lots of play in the center. (approx 50k) the transmission slips in reverse from day one. The gas pedal shift from left to right about 3 inches. (approx 40k) this van has about 50 repairs under warranty. This van is used by my wife and 4 kids.

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