Need some help on a new used truck I recently bought (2003 GMC Sonoma ZR2). Doing some routine maintenance on it. I went to change my transfer case oil this past weekend and I am confused on the volume of oil to refill it with. The model is a #233 transfer case. Here is my confusion....I drained the unit and got just over two quarts of Dexron III fluid out in the drain pan. The suprising part was it gushed out of the upper or fill hole on the case when I removed the plug. Almost like it was under pressure or over filled. When I went to refill it, I could only get a bit over a quart back in before it starting flowing out of the fill port. I have checked numerous sites and get conflicting info on how much it should take to fill it. Some say 2.3 quarts and some say 1.3 quarts. The fact that I drained over two and can only get just over one quart back in has be baffled. Any thoughts on what is going on?
My truck is a 2003 GMC Sonoma, 2.2L (repairpal did not give me the option of selecting 2.2 liter), standard transmission. When driving the other night, the engine started rocking very hard (I could feel it in the cab) like a cylinder was not firing. The truck also lost power. I was able to pull i...
The 2003 GMC Sonoma was an aging vehicle, and one that was going into its final year of production. Replacing the Sonoma would be the GMC Canyon, a superior vehicle in many ways. By this time, the Sonoma was beginning to see its age. Build quality in certain areas was incredibly shoddy, and the interior plastics and lack of features lagged behind other pickup trucks offered by Ford.
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