2009 Chevrolet 1500 2WD WORK truck for sale Wynantskill, New York
2 Wheel Drive
Needs a transmission (won’t get out of second gear)
Check Engine Light is on codes listed below
This is a work truck package so crank windows and no power door locks no air conditioning.
Ran great until the transmission went.
Great truck for those who know how to replace a transmission.
KBB value when fixed:
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Private Party Range
$3,775 – $5,722
Call or Text 518-470-0817
Codes as of 03/15/19 details from Google and codes linked to the page on yourmechanic talking about what the issue is, and how to fix.
The P0442 generally has no adverse symptoms other than the Check Engine Light being present. When this code is seen, it means that the EVAP system is leaking fuel vapors into the atmosphere. A slight dip in fuel economy may be noticed with this code.
The code P0455 means an EVAP system leak detected. As always, check the gas cap first. A common problem in this vehicle is a bad vent control valve. It’s installed at the charcoal canister at the back of the car, close to the right rear wheel.
When the PCM stores the P0573 code, it’s because it has discovered an electrical malfunction affecting your vehicle’s cruise control brake switch “A” circuit. (NOTE this truck does not have cruise control)
P0700 is set when the PCM detects a malfunction in the transmission control system. This malfunction causes the vehicle to set a Check Engine Light and trigger a failsafe mode. Once the failsafe mode is set it will remain until the fault is repaired or normal operation is detected.
The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) will set theP0741 diagnostic trouble code when it notices a difference between the rotational speed of the torque converter and the transmission input shaft that is greater than 200 revolutions per minute (RPM).