When you move the shifter does the indicator on the dash cluster move?Hi. Its envoy xl 2005.tran is not engaging. No codes. No sel. Fluids are ok. The rubber thing attached to the cable is ok.
There is sound when shifting from r to p. Only.
No engaging at all to all positions.
Any help is deeply appreciated.
No. It was good before this. No sounds from trany. The fluid is ok . but tomorrow I will check again before and after starting the engine. To check the fluid level changes or no..the to know if the pump is working or not.Any symptoms prior to this? Delayed shifts, did the tach needle rise during shifts?
Any odd sounds ccoming from the trans?
Seems to be a trending topic lately, I would start with replacing the filter.
Are you checking the fluid with the engine running, level surface? You can check it with a cold trans, (hot preferred) but the fluid level will read slightly low when cold but the dipstick usually has a cold and hot range.
Thanks. Nice idea. ThanksAnother test that you could try is removing a line going into the radiator (transmission cooler area)... start the vehicle and shift thru some gears to see if there is a "noticeable pumping" action of the fluid as opposed to just draining. Of course, catch the fluid so you can tell how much to put back with a new jug. Basically, the test might cost you a few quarts of fluid.
Another question... how did it arrive in this state? You were driving and it stop moving? Next day nothing? what?
Can it be related to transfer case? My voy have 4*4 but removed. (Disabled)
I take your advise to keep the fuse. But it happened again many times. Even while shifting from r to d.He had taken out the TCCM and the fuse so it shouldn't have moved but maybe over time it did.
It's not necessary to do that and will avoid this problem in the future as well as keeping the Service 4x4 light off. Leave the fuse in place so if it does this again, it can correct itself on the next start. Just leave it in 2hi and be happy.
BTW, have you changed the transfer case fluid within the required 50k mile interval? Even if you don't use it in 4x4, it still needs this service as stuff is still spinning inside.
I take your advise to keep the fuse. But it happened again many times. Even while shifting from r to d.
So I disconnected the transfer case socket. And its ok now.
Any better solution? Like removing the encoder motor?
Should I disconnect the tccm?
I take your advise to keep the fuse
Ok. Thanks. Good infoWhich fuse do you refer to here? You know there are two fuses for the 4WD system, right? The one under the rear seat labelled 4WD is for the front axle disconnect. The fuse for the transfer case shift motor and TCCM is labelled ATC and is in the underhood fuseblock.
Ok. Thanks. Good info
I removed the 4wd in the rear fuse box.
Should I remove the atc also?
I will attach a photo grabbed from the linked pdf that shows the reference points for aligning the encoder motor to 2WD position.Iam really thankful for the helpful reply.
I. Believe your advise about removing the motor to manually shift to 2wd is the best.
But is the 2wd position is the first from right to left? I will try moving the shaft with piller and see what will happen.