A 2015 Chevrolet Equinox equipped with the 3.6-liter engine and 6T75 transmission has complaints of a delayed engagement into drive and slips in first gear.
A rattling noise is coming from the transmission whenever the engine is running and the transmission is in gear.
Sonnax highlights its line of pump vanes for GM 6T70/75 (Gen. 1), 10L60/80/90 (Gen. 1 and 2), Ford 6F50/55 and 10R60/80/90 transmissions. Sonnax touts this pump vane (part no. 124533) as a cost-effective alternative to replacing an entire pump rotor assembly. Was this content valuable? Submit Cancel Thanks for your feedback!
From the TASC Force we reprint a series of in-depth test instructions for checking the serviceability of valve bodies.
The 6F50 and 6T70 transaxles were developed as a joint effort between Ford and General Motors. Because this was a joint effort, as you can imagine many of the internal parts are very similar or almost identical. In this article we talk about the solenoid body and what is similar but different.
The definition of a pattern failure as far as transmissions go is seeing the same wear issue or broken part in every transmission of that type. This is such a case.
We have similar transmissions in two different car makes, the 6T70 from GM and the 6F50 from Ford. These transmissions are almost identical as far as the internal parts and pieces go, but they are controlled differently. The parts that fail in the 6T70 are different from those that fail in the 6F50, say the manufacturers.