what is the year?what is the engine size?how many miles is on the car?does the check/service engine light come on,if so,tell me tha codestell me all you can about your problem
this dosent sound good,,,i would think that the trans will need rebuilt...the 4t60 sounds to be worn out..sorry
yes these will do this...it does have a lot of miles....sense it has just been servised,it is posable that they may have it low on fluid..this is what to check first
Important: If fluid drains through the screw hole the transaxle may have been overfilled. When fluid stops draining the fluid level is correct and check plug may be installed. If fluid does not drain through the screw hole the transaxle fluid level may have been low. Add fluid at the vent cap location in half liter (1 pint) increments until oil level is at the bottom of oil check hole.
If the vehicle has been operated under these conditions, shut the engine off and allow the vehicle to cool for thirty minutes. Then restart the vehicle and continue from step two.The fluid level screw is intended to be used for diagnosing a transaxle fluid leak or resetting the transaxle fluid level after service that involves a loss of fluid.Inspect The fluid level should be checked when the transaxle is near Room temperature or at 40°C (104°F) .CAUTION: Removal of the fluid level screw when the transaxle fluid is hot may cause injury. Use care to avoid contact of transaxle fluid to exhaust pipe. The engine must be running when the transaxle fluid level screw is removed, or excessive fluid loss will occur. Since the actual fluid level is unknown, stand clear when removing the fluid level screw. Have a container ready to capture any lost fluid.WARNING: Do not turn the engine off with the fluid level screw removed as you can be injured by hot transaxle fluid being expelled out of the fluid check hole.