OE Transmission Components
ACDelco GM Original Equipment validated transmission components, are validated by GM Engineering to work with GM transmissions. Hard parts, transmission cooler lines and fittings, friction and gaskets, valve bodies, electronics, switches, bearings, mounts and all other related parts have design enhancements to reflect updates, upgrades and Technical Service Bulletins. ACDelco GM OE Transmission Parts are ideal replacements for worn factory parts in GM vehicles. Our portfolio includes hard parts, transmission cooler lines and fittings, friction and gaskets, valve bodies, electronics, switches, bearings, mounts and most other related parts.
Features & Benefits
- Competitively priced
- Only ACDelco Transmission Components are validated by GM to perform with GM transmissions
- Design enhancements incorporating updates, upgrades and Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs)
DID YOU KNOW:
Have you ever wondered why it’s so difficult shifting an automatic transmission out of PARK on a steep grade? It’s because in the PARK position, the transmission locks the driving wheels and the transmission resists the vehicle’s tendency to roll. To prevent being jammed in PARK while on a grade, use the following procedures as suggested by the Car Care Council:
- Before putting the vehicle in PARK, with the foot brake still applied, secure the parking (emergency) brake.
- Before shifting the transmission from PARK, apply the foot brake and move the shift level to NEUTRAL or DRIVE, then release the emergency brake.
- These simple procedures will not only save wear on your transmission, but on your arm as well!
WHAT IT DOES:
The transmission system transfers power from the engine to the rear-drive wheels. Front-wheel-drive vehicles are equipped with a transaxle, a combination transmission/differential, that transfers power from the engine to the front-drive wheels.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE:
Your vehicle’s transmission fluid serves as a transmission lubricant and coolant. Neglecting it can cause problems with shifting and can even lead to transmission failure. When you take your vehicle in for its regular engine oil change or when you change the oil, the transmission fluid level should be checked – as well as all other fluid levels. Refer to your owner’s manual for directions on checking and changing the transmission fluid properly. Fluid can be added if needed, but it’s important not to overfill the reservoir.