Transmission Fluid Leak in a 1996 Chevrolet Silverado?

Answer The base model 1996 Chevy Silverado 1500 was designed with the 4L60E transmission and offered with two-wheel drive. A transmission leak from this transmission could come from the front of the vehic... Read More »

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How to Fix a Transmission Fluid Leak?

For cars 75,000 miles or over, the likelihood of a crack forming in the seals around your transmission is more likely. After the cracks form, a slow leakage of the transmission fluid (red or brown... Read More »

How to Replace the Heater Core in a 1996 Chevrolet Silverado?

The heater core in your 1996 Silverado is a radiator-style unit used to heat the interior cabin of your truck. Engine coolant flows continuously from the lower radiator hose to and through the heat... Read More »

How Do I Change Battery Cables in a 1996 Chevrolet Silverado?

You should check the condition of your battery cables regularly to avoid being stranded if one should crack and fail. Check both cables for any signs of damage every time you change the oil. Buy re... Read More »

How to Remove a Transmission on a Chevrolet Silverado?

If your Silverado's transmission is damaged, burned out, or you just want to replace it, you must remove it. Take adequate time to complete the job, and be prepared to lift the Chevy completely off... Read More »