How to Remove the Transmission in a K1500?

Answer The K1500 is a work truck made by Chevrolet and GMC -- both are companies owned by GM. The transmission in the K1500 requires removal whenever it needs to be rebuilt or replaced. Raising the truck ... Read More »

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What transmission is in a 1998 Chevy K1500?

The 1998 Chevy pickup K1500 Series transmission accommodates multiple engine sizes and tonnage. GM part number 4L60E transmission works with ½-ton and ¾-ton pickups with engines sized at 4.3 lite... Read More »

How do I Troubleshoot a Chevy K1500 Transmission?

The C/K 1500 pickup is a name given to a line of full-sized pickup trucks manufactured by Chevrolet from 1960 to 1999. The K1500 is the four-wheel version that usually comes stocked with a two-door... Read More »

How to Change Transmission Fluid on a 2003 K1500?

Your Chevrolet K1500 truck requires a strong transmission to do the work it is built to do. Servicing your transmission every 24,000 miles is a must. The transmission fluid will pick up sediment an... Read More »

How To Run Transmission Lines on a 1997 Chevrolet K1500?

The transmission lines on a 1997 Chevrolet K1500 run from the transmission to the radiator. These lines deliver heated transmission oil to the radiator where coolant lowers the temperature. After t... Read More »