Having problems with your GMC Yukon ?

Hi. Thanks for looking at this for me. I have a 2004 Yukon and the transition from first to second gear has been slipping - engine revs and it takes a second for the shift to occur. My local transmission guy said the trany looks fine, no metal in pan, trany fluid clean, but that the belt is starting to get hard/lose its grabbing ability. He recommended pulling the trany and replacing the belt for about $1,200. Is this the only option right now?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 26-10-2020

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No belts in transmission 2-4 band slipping if its a 4l60e will need overhaul you just dont replace band you have to check out why it failed what about the drum the band wraps around should be check for wear the worn lining from band went some wear did he open filter when pan was down is that $1200 a guantee price whats the warranty is it a year or 12000 miles I'd get another opinion
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