I recently bought a 2000 chevy impala ls. I had to replace the fuel pump along with the line and a few other items to the 3 stage fuel system. Also a complete tune up with new plugs and spark plugs. The work was done by a friends back yard mechanic that's done work on my cars for 10 years now. I was at work the day he competed the work and he left my idle running high. He told me it just needed to be driven for the computer to reset, that didn't work. I read a forum online saying to unplug the negative battery cable, let car run in neutral with ebreak on until fan kicks on then turn car off turn back on, pit it back in neutral with emergency break on again. Now my transmisson is slipping going into 2nd and It didn't do that before the fluid was at level. I went to work car sat for 4.5 hours to cool got off went to corner gas Station by my job which is a block away and checked the transmission it seemed real runny, but full. I want to do a flush on the transmission for my car to see if that helps, but I can't find anything online that's step by step for my car. I obviously did wrong with resetting the computer for the idle because all I needed to do was unplug the negative and plug it back in. I just hope you don't say I ruined my transmission!
have the same problem?
Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 AT 8:38 PM