2015 Chevrolet Impala Limited Transmission Service
What Does Your Chevrolet Impala Limited Transmission Do?
The transmission delivers power from the motor to your wheels so that you can drive at your desired speed. Because of the transmission’s responsibility to translate the right dose of power into the right amount of speed, a tiny transmission issue can take a major toll on your car’s performance. They're often easy to notice. Chevrolet Impala Limited transmission problems can present themselves as shifting delays, jumping or grinding during acceleration, a feeling of shakiness, or a burning smell or whistling sounds coming from under the hood. Let Chevrolet Impala Limited transmission problems linger and your could suffer a loss in fuel efficiency or discover that your Impala Limited’s not even driveable.
Chevrolet Transmission Recommendations for 2015 Impala Limiteds
According to Chevrolet, your Impala Limited’s transmission should be checked regularly for wear and tear. Specifically, Chevrolet recommends exchanging transmission and differential fluids in 2015 Chevrolet Impala Limiteds at certain intervals with Chevrolet-approved transmission fluid. Our technicians know how to service your 2015 Impala Limited up to Chevrolet-recommended standards. As soon as you suspect something’s wrong with your Impala Limited’s transmission, book an appointment at your local Firestone Complete Auto Care to help diagnose, treat, and prevent major transmission issues.
How Much Do Chevrolet Impala Limited Transmission Repairs Cost
We work to keep the average cost for Chevrolet Impala Limited transmission fluid changes and repairs affordable. Stop by your nearest Firestone Complete Auto Care and we'll start your visit with a free Courtesy Check. We’ll check out your Impala Limited’s major systems and components to help inform your car service decisions. Whether your vehicle needs a transmission fluid exchange or routine maintenance, you can rely on our Triple Promise to deliver a car that’s Fixed Right. Priced Right. Right on Time.
2015 Chevrolet Impala Limited Questions & Answers
Is it bad to ride the brakes in your Chevrolet? Keeping your foot on the brake pedal or lightly but consistently pushing it down can lead to transmission problems. Pay attention to how often you apply your brake and use engine braking when possible.
What can I tow in a Chevrolet? Think twice before volunteering to tow a moving trailer, no matter how small. Defying your Impala Limited towing capacity can spell trouble for the transmission system. Always consult your owner's manual before towing or hauling something.
Does my Impala Limited's transmission fluid need to be inspected? Regularly checking and exchanging your 2015 Impala Limited’s transmission fluid is one of the best ways to help the transmission system perform. Some technicians would say that between 30,000 and 60,000 miles is a good timeframe for having your Chevrolet's transmission fluid checked and replaced, but that timeline can vary depending on how your vehicle is used and your manufacturer’s recommendations. Leaks or low transmission fluid are easy to spot and affordable to repair.
First introduced in 1958, the Chevrolet Impala was the most expensive and sportiest model in the Bel Air line. By 1965, it had become the best-selling car in America, shifting over 1 million units in a single year (that was quite an accomplishment back then). Fast forward to today, Impala is still a fixture on American roads. They’re cheap to buy, cheap to maintain, they’re comfortable, and they last for ever. However, Chevy Impala transmission problems can still happen. So let’s find out what you can do about them.
Need a replacement transmission? Get an estimate for replacement transmissions and local installation. Look up your transmission model by vehicle make and model.
What Transmission Do I Have?
Chevy Impala Transmission Models
Chevy Impala: 4T65E Transmission (Earlier Models)
Chevy Impala: 4T65E-HD Transmission (5.3L V8)
Chevy Impala: 6T70 Transmission (Later Models)
Chevy Impala SS: 4L60E Transmission (1993-1996 LT1 V8)
Chevy Impala Transmission Replacement Cost Estimate
Pricing varies by model. To be 100% sure on pricing, have your VIN# handy and use our Get An Estimate feature to look up your transmission by VIN#.
Replacement 4T65E Transmission (Not including HD):
|Transmission||Street Smart Transmission||Autozone||Advance Auto Parts||Dealer Retail|
Replacement 6T70 Transmission:
|Transmission||Street Smart Transmission||Autozone||Advance Auto Parts||Dealer Retail|
|6T75E / 6T70||1990||2392||2499||2955|
Replacement 4L60E Transmission:
|Transmission||Street Smart Transmission||Autozone||Advance Auto Parts||Dealer Retail|
|4L60E / 4L65E||1671||1699||1799||2133|
What are the DTC codes related to Chevy Impala transmission problems?
|P0706||Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Range/Performance|
|P0711||Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit Range/Performance|
|P0712||Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input|
|P0713||Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input|
|P0716||Input/Turbine Speed Sensor Circuit Range/PerformanceÂ|
|P0717||Input/Turbine Speed Sensor Circuit No Signal|
|P0719||Torque Converter/Brake Switch B Circuit Low|
|P0722||Output Speed Sensor Circuit No Signal|
|P0723||Output Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent|
|P0724||Torque Converter/Brake Switch B Circuit High|
|P0730||Incorrect Gear Ratio|
|P0740||Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction|
|P0741||Torque Converter Clutch Circuit|
|P0742||Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Stuck On|
|P0748||Pressure Control Solenoid 'A' Electrical|
|P0751||Shift Solenoid 'A' Performance or Stuck Off|
|P0753||Shift Solenoid 'A' Electrical|
|P0756||Shift Solenoid 'B' Performance or Stuck Off|
|P0757||Shift Solenoid 'B' Stuck On|
|P0758||Shift Solenoid 'B' Electrical|
|P0776||Pressure Control Solenoid 'B' Performance or Stuck Off|
|P0796||Pressure Control Solenoid 'C' Performance or Stuck off|
|P0816||Transmission Fluid Pressure Manual Valve Position Switch Park/Neutral with Drive Ratio|
|P0816||Downshift Switch Circuit|
|P0826||Up and Down Shift Switch Circuit|
|P0842||Transmission Fluid Pressure Sensor/Switch A Circuit Low|
|P0850||Park/Neutral Switch Input Circuit|
|P0851||Park/Neutral Switch Input Circuit Low|
|P0852||Park/Neutral Switch Input Circuit High|
|P0894||Transmission Component Slipping|
|P0961||Pressure Control Solenoid A Control Circuit Range/Performance|
|P0962||Pressure Control Solenoid A Control Circuit Low|
|P0963||Pressure Control Solenoid A Control Circuit High|
|P0965||Pressure Control Solenoid B Control Circuit Range/Performance|
|P0966||Pressure Control Solenoid B Control Circuit Low|
|P0967||Pressure Control Solenoid B Control Circuit High|
|P0969||Pressure Control Solenoid C Control Circuit Range/Performance|
|P0970||Pressure Control Solenoid C Control Circuit Low|
|P0971||Pressure Control Solenoid C Control Circuit High|
|P0973||Shift Solenoid A Control Circuit Low|
|P0974||Shift Solenoid A Control Circuit High|
|P0976||Shift Solenoid B Control Circuit Low|
|P1860||TCC PWM Solenoid Circuit Electrical|
|P1870||Transmission Component Slipping: GM Transmission|
|P1887||Torque Converter Clutch Release Switch|
|P2714||Pressure Control Solenoid D Performance or Stuck Off|
|P2723||Pressure Control Solenoid E Stuck Off|
Chevy Impala Transmission Recalls
Chevy Impala Technical Service Bulletins (TSB)
TSB PIP4051C – Harsh Shifting – Chevy Impala 4L60E
Problem – Unusually harsh gear changes, combined with a P0717 DTC for an input shaft speed sensor error, are often caused by damage to the ISS sensor wiring.
Solution – If wire damage is found (usually to the white wire), the wiring and sensor will have to be replaced. The pump cover should also be examined for sharp points/edges that could damage the wiring. If any are found, they should be smoothed with a file.
PIP5071 – Squawking noise on the 2-3 shift – Chevy Impala 4L60E
Problem – An unusual squawking or groaning noise may be heard on the upshift from 2nd to 3rd gear.
Solution – The 3-4 friction and steel plates, clutch plate, apply plate, and selective backing plates will have to be replaced.
TSB 01-07-30-023B – Harsh 1-2 upshift with P1870 DTC – 4L60E Transmission RPO M30
Problem – Drivers may experience an unusually harsh 1-2 shift because the ECU has commanded maximum line pressure in order to compensate for excessive wear in the bore that contains the TCC isolator and regulator valves inside of the valve body.
Solution – Replace the 4L60E valve body with revised TCC regulator and isolator valves.
TSB 08-07-30-027 – No movements when transmission is shifted into Drive or third – 4L60E Transmission – 4L65E Transmission – 4L70E Transmission
1982-2005 GM Passenger Cars and Light Duty Trucks: 2006-2007 Buick Rainier – 2006 Cadillac Escalade, Escalade ESV & Escalade EXT – 2006 Chevrolet SSR – 2006-2008 Chevrolet Avalanche – 2006-2008 Chevrolet Colorado – 2006-2008 Chevrolet Express – 2006-2008 Chevrolet Silverado Classic – 2006-2008 Chevrolet Silverado – 2006-2008 Chevrolet Suburban – 2006-2008 Chevrolet Tahoe – 2006-2008 Chevrolet TrailBlazer – 2006 GMC Yukon Denali – 2006 GMC Yukon Denali XL – 2006-2008 GMC Canyon – 2006-2008 GMC Envoy – 2006-2008 GMC Savana – 2006-2008 GMC Sierra Classic – 2006-2008 GMC Sierra – 2006-2008 GMC Yukon – 2006-2008 GMC Yukon XL – 2006 Pontiac GTO – 2006-2007 HUMMER H2 – 2006-2008 HUMMER H3 – 2006-2008 Saab 9-7X – with the 4L60, 4L60E, 4L65E or 4L70E Automatic Transmission (RPOs MD8, M30, M32, M33 or M70)
Problem – It is possible to experience no movement when the transmission is shifted into Drive or the 3rd gear position. It is possible to experience normal operation when the transmission shifted into second, first or reverse.
Solution – Replace the forward sprag assembly
TSB 00-07-30-022D – No reverse, second or fourth gears – 4L60E Transmission & 4L65E Transmission
1993 – 2005 GM passenger cars and light duty trucks
Problem – Drivers may experience the loss of reverse, second and fourth gears. First and third gears will seem to function normally
Solution – The reaction sun gear may fail inside of the sun shell. It will need to be replaced with a stronger heat-treated 4L60E / 4L65 sun gear.
TSB 06-07-30-023 – 4T65E transmission 1-2 Shift Shudder
Problem – Shuddering or shaking may be felt during the 1-2 shift, under light acceleration at speeds below 25 mph.
Solution – To correct this common 4T65E transmission problem, the entire second clutch assembly will need to be replaced.
TSB 08-07-30-016 – Slipping, refusal to shift, overheating – Chevy Impala 4T65E
Problem – Slipping between the gears, overheating, refusal to shift out of a gear, and/or DTC P0894 or P0218, may be because by friction material debonding from the torque convertor clutch (TCC).
Solution – If the friction material has circulated throughout the transmission, the entire transmission may need to be replaced. It is possible to remove the material from the internal components (like transmission cooler lines and the valve body), but it depends on the extent of the damage.
TSB 04-07-30-028 – Transmission fluid leak from reverse servo cover – 4T65E Transmission
Problem – Transmission fluid leaks may be observed under the vehicle, which may be caused by a 4T65E reverse servo seal that can actually shrink in the cold weather below 20°F/-6.7°C
Solution – Replace reverse servo cover seal
TSB 02-07-30-022B – Usually harsh shifts, along with multiple transmission diagnostic trouble codes – 4T40E Transmission | 4T45E Transmission | 4T65E Transmission
2000 – 2004 Buick Century – 2000 – 2004 Buick LeSabre – 2000 – 2004 Buick Park Avenue – 2000 – 2004 Buick Regal – 2003 – 2004 Buick Rendezvous – 2000 – 2001 Chevrolet Lumina – 2000 – 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier – 2000 – 2004 Chevrolet Impala – 2000 – 2004 Chevrolet Malibu – 2000 – 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo – 2000 – 2004 Chevrolet Venture – 2000 – 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue – 2000 – 2003 Oldsmobile Aurora – 2000 – 2004 Oldsmobile Alero – 2000 – 2004 Oldsmobile Silhouette – 2000 – 2004 Pontiac Bonneville – 2000 – 2004 Pontiac Grand Am – 2000 – 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix – 2000 – 2004 Pontiac Montana – 2000 – 2004 Pontiac Sunfire – 2001 – 2004 Pontiac Aztec
Problem – Drivers can experience unusually harsh shifts, along with the following DTC’s: P0716, P0717, P0730, P0753, P0758, P1860, P1887
Solution – Inspect, repair and/or replace the transaxle 20-way connector to the transmission wiring harness
TSB 00-06-04-037A – Harsh shifting with DTC’s P0716 and/or P0717 – 4T40E Transmission | 4T45E Transmission | 4T65E Transmission
2000 – 2002 Buick Century – 2000 – 2002 Buick LeSabre – 2000 – 2002 Buick Park Avenue – 2000 – 2002 Buick Regal – 2002 Buick Rendezvous – 2000 – 2001 Chevrolet Lumina – 2000 – 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier – 2000 – 2002 Chevrolet Impala – 2000 – 2002 Chevrolet Malibu – 2000 – 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo – 2000 – 2002 Chevrolet Venture – 2000 – 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue – 2000 – 2002 Oldsmobile Aurora – 2000 – 2002 Oldsmobile Alero – 2000 – 2002 Oldsmobile Silhouette – 2000 – 2002 Pontiac Bonneville – 2000 – 2002 Pontiac Grand Am – 2000 – 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix – 2000 – 2002 Pontiac Montana – 2000 – 2002 Pontiac Sunfire – 2001 – 2002 Pontiac Aztec
Problem – Some drivers may experience unusually harsh gear changes, accompanied by a P0716 and/or P0717 DTC
Solution – This problem can be caused by an intermittent connection of the input speed sensor circuit at the transaxle 20-way connector
Common Problems with the Chevy Impala Transmission
Intermittent harsh shifting – Chevy Impala 4L60E
Problem – A common Chevrolet Impala transmission problem is an intermittent hard 1-2 shift, often accompanied by engine bogging. This condition can be caused by the torque convertor clutch applying during the shift.
Solution – To remedy the problem, the wiring harness needs to be inspected from the transmission case connector to the rear of the engine on the driver side. It’s possible that the wires for the TCC solenoid and pressure control solenoid have become frayed on a body seam. If this is the case, the wiring will need to be repaired, and the harness repositioned.
Input/Output Speed Sensor Issues – Chevy Impala 6T70E
Problem – When repairing a failed input speed sensor or output speed sensor, steering system damage could occur.
Solution – To avoid damage to the clock springs, the splined steering knuckle must be prevented from falling out of the steering rack when dropping the subframe to access the valve body.
Lack of Response
Grinding or Shaking
Whining, Clunking or Humming
Refuses to Go Into Gear
Torque Converter Issues
Valve Body Issues
Transmission Noisy in Neutral
No 3rd or 4th Gear
No 1st or 2nd Gear
Trouble Codes / Check Engine Light
Can I drive with a Chevy Impala transmission problem?
Not all transmission problems are going to keep you from driving your car. However, many of the small Chevy Impala transmission problems can quickly escalate into much more expensive issues if you keep putting under strain. So do yourself a favor and have a mechanic inspect the car immediately.
How often does a Chevy Impala transmission need to be replaced?
Regular maintenance and respectful driving can help your Impala transmission last for a good long time. However, OE design flaws can potentially shorten the service life, no matter how careful you are. On average, we’ve seen the Chevrolet Impala transmission last between 120,000-180,000 miles. But a good quality remanufactured transmission can last considerably longer.
How are Chevy Impala transmission issues diagnosed?
In order to determine the source of your Chevy Impala transmission problems, a mechanic will connect a code scanner to the OBDII port under the dash. After downloading the diagnostic trouble codes, they can perform a visual inspection to verify the source of the problem.
How is a Chevy Impala transmission replaced?
In order to replace a Chevy Impala transmission, the old one will have to be unbolted from the engine, driveshafts and mounts. The motor may have to be partially removed from the car during this process. Installation is a reverse of the removal procedure, in the ECU/TCM will have be reprogrammed in order to accept the new transmission.
Recommendations for Chevy Impala transmission issues?
To save time and get back on the road faster, have your 17-digit VIN# handy and you can get an online quote for a reman Chevy Impala transmission here, then find a local shop using our Find a Shop guide to install it for you.
How to Solve Chevy Impala Transmission Problems
Solution A: Buy a Used Chevy Impala Transmission
One of the cheapest ways to fix most Chevrolet Impala transmission problems, is to simply go buy a used 4T65E / used 6T70E / used 4L60E transmission from the local junkyard. But the problem is, you don’t really know how well it was taken care of. So you could eventually have the same problems, or worse.
Solution B: Buy a Rebuilt Chevy Impala Transmission
The next thing you could do is, get a rebuilt 4T65E / rebuilt 6T70E / rebuilt 4L60E transmission from your mechanic or local transmission shop. These are fairly affordable, and come with a short warranty. However, most mechanics won’t correct for the factory design flaws. And that warranty might only be good at the shop that built it (which would do you absolutely no good if you travel).
Solution C: Buy a Remanufactured Chevy Impala Transmission
For a more permanent solution to all your Impala transmission problems, you should consider investing in a remanufactured 4T65E / remanufactured 6T70E / remanufactured 4L60E transmission. These are built in a factory and must undergo multiple quality inspections before they can be shipped. The more premium companies will even dyno test their remanufactured transmissions to make sure that they perform and function properly. Plus you can even find some with a nationwide warranty.
Need a replacement transmission? Get an estimate for replacement transmissions and local installation. Look up your transmission model by vehicle make and model.
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What Problem Does Your Chevy Impala Have?
Let us know the year, mileage and problem you’re having as well as any trouble (OBD) codes you’ve found. If you’ve been given a quote or paid for a repair, we’d like to hear about that too!
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After 10 generations and over 60 years, Chevrolet recently announced that this would be the last model year for the iconic Impala. The final Chevy Impala left the assembly plant at the end of February. While some will miss seeing new incarnations of one of America’s favorite cars, there are still plenty of used models available.
Nostalgia aside, the Impala is known for its fair share of problems. According to CarComplaints, it has the most reported issues out of Chevy’s entire lineup. Some models, particularly those made in the early 2000s, could potentially need pricey repairs in the future. Here are some of the most common issues experienced by Impala drivers.
Gas cap problems
A car’s check engine light can come on for multiple reasons, some more severe than others. Many drivers of Impalas from every model year reported an illuminated check engine light due to a loose-fitting gas cap. While not a big deal by itself, driving for too long with this problem could cause big fuel system issues.
For some drivers, tightening the gas cap was enough to deactivate the Check Engine light. However, they also reported that the light would illuminate again periodically. Each inspection at the dealership cost drivers around $100. The new gas cap itself usually only costs $10-$20.
Faulty instrument panel gauges
Another common problem for the Impala is an erratic speedometer. Drivers reported that it would frequently give inaccurate readings, with the needle jumping to high speeds on a whim. The gas meter, RPM, and coolant temperature readings were also inaccurate for some drivers.
This issue seems to be most common in Chevy Impalas from 2004 and 2005. While it was an infrequent issue, it was jarring and annoying for drivers to experience. To fix the problem, mechanics often recommended sending the instrument cluster to a repair facility. To avoid the $450 repair charge, many drivers instead used a GPS to measure the car’s speed.
Even in later years, many Impalas are reported to jerk after acceleration. Drivers reported that the engine would hesitate to speed up, then jolt forward as the shifter “caught up”. Some drivers also said that the car would lurch forward even after they had come to a stop.
Some drivers reported that they experienced it mostly within the first 5-10 minutes of driving. Mechanics struggled to replicate this problem and thus could not give a good solution. Many drivers complained that the inspection would turn up no problems.
One of the most frequent Chevy Impala problems is getting the key stuck inside the ignition. Some reported that they were able to get the key out after enough turning, but most weren’t so lucky. The only way drivers were able to turn off the car was by disconnecting the battery.
The cause of this issue was caused by a broken wire near the shifter. You can check this by removing the shift console’s covering. For some drivers, the wire was only disconnected. They were able to plug it back into the shift solenoid themselves.
Bad transmission pressure control solenoid
Some drivers never got a solution for the Impala’s hard shifting. However, some mechanics found that the cause was a failed transmission pressure control solenoid. To fix the problem, partial disassembly of the transmission was the only option.
On average, this repair can cost around $1,000. However, since it wasn’t a life-threatening issue, many drivers opted not to get it fixed. They instead tried to fix it themselves or get another opinion. One user reported that they were able to get the problem fixed for $500. After replacing the valve body, the Impala started running with absolutely no shifting issues.
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Transmission Solenoid Problems of Chevrolet Impala
2 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2014 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 03/03/2020
My 2014 chevy Impala misfires while driving and loses and regains power while driving. I took it to a mechanic and it is the rocker arm control valve solenoids. I did some research it this is a known issue for 2014/2015 Impalas and malibu's. This is very unsafe and can cause accidents. Also, this part has been on backorder for several months so owners are having to drive with check engine light on. This should be a recall.
3 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2014 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 10/30/2019
Oil control solenoid valve failure causing loss of power, instability at all speeds, and surging of engine. Gm does not have any parts to repair this item and does not have a eta on when they will get them, there are no aftermarket options availible either due to the rate of failure. Gm part# 12633613.
4 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 07/01/2019
Transmission tends to long shift at 1st and 2nd gears causing erratic shifting uphill and sometimes turns. Unsafe! jasper engines and transmissions did update for clutch plates and pressure solenoid for this is known to be a problem. Hesitated acceleration whim going uphill. First trans was installed in 2016 October.
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5 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2006 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 03/29/2019
Tl the contact owns a 2006 Chevrolet Impala. The contact stated that the transmission gears failed to properly change over in drive to accelerate. As a result, the vehicle intermittently decelerated and jerked. There was no warning indicator illuminated. There was also a drastic reduction in engine power. The dealer had not been contacted. An independent mechanic diagnosed that the control pressure solenoid needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was notified of the failures. The vehicle was not able to be safely driven and was parked. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 129,000.
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6 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2008 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 02/01/2019
I have dad my transmission rebuilt and the solenoids keep going out this will be the third time I will be getting them replaced, I have not had an operating vehicle for a week now and I just have wait to save up to have them replaced.
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7 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2011 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 03/01/2018
After about 30000 miles the transmission solenoid(s) are going bad intermittently. It's going to be a costly repair for a part that costs around 25 dollars or so. This seems to have been a continuing problem on the 4t65e transmissions. When you are at a complete stop with the vehicle in drive and go to accelerate you get no response except for higher rpm's and then the transmission suddenly engages and you get a violent surge forward with a loud bang. Gm knows about the problem and should initiate a recall to install new and improved solenoids.
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8 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2014 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 02/27/2018
This car has been a lemon since we owned it. First the electrical system shut down (while we were driving at 70 mph), then the wheel barrings needed replacing at 60,000 miles, and now the solenoid has gone bad preventing the car from shifting.
9 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2011 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 07/29/2017
The transmission will frequently fail to engage when starting from a full or partial stop. Turning left across traffic is extremely dangerous, as you never know when the transmission will fail to engage. This has been a ongoing problem with this vehicle since the car had 38000 miles on it. This is our third Impala that has had this problem. The first Impala that had this problem, the Chevrolet dealer could not diagnose. The transmission pressure solenoid was replaced by a local transmission shop. This fixed the problem for that car. We also have a 2008 Impala that has the same problem. Three Impalas, the same transmission problem in all three. The part needs to be recalled. We have delayed having the part repaired because it is quite costly and we had hoped that Chevrolet would do the right thing and recall the part on their own.
10 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2014 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 07/17/2017
Dealership could not find problem with transmission stalling out on pulling out. Now with warranty lapsed transmission solenoid is bad. $1300 to repair.
11 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2003 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 07/10/2016
When stepping on gas car hesitates before engaging into gear. It is intermittent and seems to happen periodically especially after car warms up. It jerks into gear from a dead stop. Was told by the dealer it was the transmission solenoid switch but was not covered. It would cost over $1000 to have it fixed. It's been going on for about 1 year and a half.
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12 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2011 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 11/02/2015
When your at a complete stop vehicle gives a hard jerk like someone has rear ended you. All of the Impala's have a failed transmission pressure control solenoid which can cause accidents when it jerks very hard causing someone to run into the back of another vehicle. No check engine light or anything will come on letting you know the problem. Years 2000 to 2015 all have the same problem. Needs to be recalled before someone seriously gets injured.
13 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2008 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 08/03/2015
Was on my way home from work and the transmission started slipping out of gears. Came to a stop at a traffic light and when the light turned green I could not go toward. Engine just revved. Had the car towed and was told I needed to replace transmission control solenoid because that was the issue. Had part replaced only to find the tranny itself went. Did some research and it looks like this is a very common problem and I am not the only one experiencing this issue. Why isn't this issue or defect under recall when its such a common problem and very costly as well?.
14 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2010 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 07/25/2015
The transmission shifter lever is stuck in park and the key is stuck in the ignition switch due to a very poor electrical design. The electrical wires attached to the connector that operates the solenoid that unlocks the transmission shifter button in the park position and that also connects to the ignition switch and operates various functions such as releasing the ignition key and allows the vehicle electrical system to be completely turned off ,breaks off due to electrical wires being too short and the back and forth movement of the shifter . Checking the online blogs this is a known issue that has been happening on several gm vehicles for some time without any recalls despite constant customer complaints due to the very poor design. Some dealers have suggested leaving the key in the ignition switch and unlocking and locking the vehicle with the key fob. This invites vehicle theft and by not having the electrical system completely turned off, the battery runs down as the accessories and ignition is still turned on and the transmission lights on the instrument panel remains lighted. Some customers have had repeat reoccurrences after having the issue repaired at a cost of between $500 and $600. After inspecting the operation of the shifter and the affect it has on the electrical wiring it is obvious that the wiring will fail and in the blogs as early as whilst under warrantee. I am concerned if there are any other issues that may occur especially safety ones as there is 5 wires I do not know the function of each wire . Can you please investigate this issue.
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15 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2009 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 06/24/2014
Upon starting and attempting to back out of my garage to go to work, the release button on the floor mounted gearshift lever would not depress, thereby preventing me from shifitng into reverse, let alone drive if I was successful in backing out of the garage. Here is the description on my receipt for repair: "inspected loss of power at shifter at r. T. S. I. Solenoid - (previously repaired ground circuit 1135 green voltage supply broke at connector) - nec to replace complete connector and harness and route correctly -- grid# 013, doc id#'s 1912937, 2417697" this is the second time I've had this issue. The dealer took care of me appropriately each time. However, I see that other owners of Impalas are experiencing the same problem via the internet. I sure would appreciate it if it was looked into. I'd hate to see any body have this problem in a not too friendly area, let alone my spouse. Thank you.
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16 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 04/07/2014
The vehicle failed to shift into park. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the technician diagnosed that there was a broken wire in the btsi solenoid terminal which needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired by re wiring the ground wire to the shifter where the pin had broken. On may 3rd the key got stuck in the ignition and would not come out. Let the car sit for 24 hours the battery died and the key released out of the ignition. Took the car to the dealership on may 5, 2014 and the shifter wires were re constructed. Car still acts as if the shifter is not going to shift.
17 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2008 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 03/08/2013
Gear shift stuck in park position. Would not shift into any other position. Chevrolet mechanic found electrical problem and made following comments on the repair order. Found that shift lock control solenoid inop. Found that green wire melted about 12 inches from shifter and also connector for shift lock control had high resistance. . Repair commented: replaced connector and repaired wire working as designed at this time. Mechanic stated that this was not uncommon. Also found numerous internet forum comments about this problem. . Very serious fire hazard. Gm seems to be aware since above repair implies a reworking design of wire working. : evidence of burned wire inside a vehicle should be considered a serious fire hazard.
18 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2005 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 12/21/2012
First. . . My car all of the sudden started leaking like an oil tanker last January 2012, and the abs/traction control lights came on. Took the car to the chevy dealership, and had major repair work done on transmission, and engine for leaks. Spent $2100 and was quote $2600 to replace the abs/traction control modulator for my abs/traction control to work again. The code they pulled was c1218. Needless to say it has not been repaired yet. A month after spending this money, I had to replace the water pump, and almost a year later I had to replace a plastic elbow from the water pump to my radiator which was another $300. Then this past December 2012, my transmission all of the sudden jerked hard from 1st to 2nd and so on during local driving. Max speed limit is 40mph locally. Took it to chevy and was told I need a new transmission, so I took it for a second opinion and was told code p1811 was coded for a long shift, but that my transmission was a 1/2 quart low so they filled it with trans additive. They suggested I try a "transmission shop" for them to check because maybe my trans solenoid was bad, which would still cost quite a bit for repair, but not nearly as much as a new transmission. My car has 122,000 long highway miles, not local; stop & go. I do not feel my abs/traction control, nor my trans should be bad. I maintain my car, and based on my internet searches many people have had the exact same problems with these cars. I emailed chevy and was basically told this is my problem and no concession was offered on their part to assist me with these repairs. I have been laid off from my job, and returned to school so needless to say cannot afford a new car, but this car is costing more than it is worth. Chevy needs to quit ignoring these problems, and take care of loyal customers before they lose them.
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19 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 05/01/2012
Started having trouble with my transmission a while back. If I was at a stop and tried to accelerate it was slowly take of then all of sudden slam into the right gear then take off. It also happened even if I didnt come to a complete stop and tried to go again. My check engine light came on after about a month of this happening. I had it checked. It was a shift solenoid. Since I was still under warranty I had it replaced. It was fine till about a two weeks ago 08/20/2013. Now my transmission is doing the same thing again.
20 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2010 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 04/02/2012
1) airbag light intermittently has gone on and off for months. I asked dealer about it, they said it would be expensive to diagnose because they would have to trace the wiring harness, removing seat and dashboard. Labor would be expensive. I complained to gm on a couple of occasions and was given a case#. I was told car is out of warranty, therefore, it would be my expense to have this diagnosed and fixed. Dealer said airbag would not deploy if light is illuminated. This a major safety defect. Fall 2013. 2) the rear window defroster stopped working last fall 2013. I had to pay for total repair as it was not covered under warranty. They said it was a wiring issue. Impala's have been known to have issue. Oct 2013. 3) the gas pedal fell off while I was driving. Dealer said they never experienced anything like that before, but would have to replace the entire assembly. Not covered under warranty, therefore, entire cost was mine. Saftey issue. Sept 2013 4) the evap vent valve and solenoid had to be replaced. System leak pressurized evap would not hold. Apr 2012 other issues have been reported/repaired, however, do not have paperwork at time of this complaint.
21 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2005 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 02/01/2012
The transmission hesitates at stop and go traffic, tranny shop says it is a switch solenoid that is defective in the transmission itself. It is commonly reported by many consumers of this make, model and year. Seems to shift fine when driving on longer drives ie. Interstate driving. Could cause potential safety hazard when trying to pull out into traffic from stopped position.
22 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 01/01/2012
The contact owns a 2007 Chevrolet Impala. The contact stated that he could not remove the gear shift from park. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic and the mechanic stated that the gear shift control solenoid switch would have to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 49,000.
23 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 12/04/2010
Parked car in driveway after coming home from work. Went back out to go out and could not get car out of park. Had to be towed to dealer, supplied with "rental vehicle" which I paid for. Dealer stated broken wire in solenoid connection in center console.
24 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2006 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 07/01/2010
I have a 2006 chevy Impala and there seems to be a problem with the transmission. We have taken the car to the dealers several times. We have changed the spark plugs, changed and flushed the transmission fluid. We are still having the car jerk off at a stop light. We you are stopped on an incline it also hesitates to go into gear and the jerks away! the dealer can never find a anything wrong and we have done all the recommended fixes. This seems to be getting worse. The gas cap and solenoid have also had to be replaced which everyone has had problems with. Gm should recall these cars before someone gets hurt!.
25 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2003 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 10/16/2009
I have been looking for a page like this for a few years now, I don't even know how I got to this one. This 2003 Impala started acting like this before the miles I place down, because I bought this car use and my warranty end, I was told I couldn't do anything (the dealer stated) when I come to a stop and then start well try to start the car hesitate and then a hard kick/punch and it would do this only at red lights, stop signs, or reverse. So on 05/12/2010 I bought this car to a auto repair shop they perform a test and it check out two of the shift solenoids for the transmission were bad so they replace both shift solenoids, side cover gasket and transmission filter. Cost me $1,120. 56 with in a week it was still acting like it was never work on. I started asking other owners about there Impala they all said it did the same to them. Now here it is 2012 and my car still kick hard and I can't believe there are no recall on the transmission. I am a little shock my mother use to work for gm -.
26 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2004 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 07/28/2006
The transmission has suffered a failure of the solenoid and valve body. Apparently through speaking with some other owners of the same car, it is a known issue by gm as they have issued service bulletins in relation. This has occurred in cars as early as 30,000 miles. It causes the vehicle to shift hard and the transmission to fail as an end result.
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27 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2001 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 07/19/2006
The traction system was activating for no reason. Service abs light came on in vehicle. Dealer replaced left wheel hub, including sensor. Problem recurred the day after and the wrong assembly was installed, the correct assembly was installed. One month later problem recurred. Dealer claimed it was a loose connection on wheel hub assembly. Seven months later problem recurred. Dealer now says the right hub assembly needed replacing, as well as the transmission solenoid. Repairs have not been done for the latter because we want dealership to repair free of charge.
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28 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2000 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 03/18/2006
: the contact stated while traveling between 15 and 55mph the vehicle will shift hard. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnostic testing where the transmission was flushed out. The problem was with the pressure control solenoid in the transmission. The manufacturer has been alerted.
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29 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2002 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 03/01/2004
1. Within this past month, am noticing tremendous power loss and shifting/timing issues with the transmisson when accelerating to higher gear. . Potential consequence would be insufficient power to accelerate out of the way of oncoming traffic. 3. Have investigated and seen numerous complaints online concerning a shift solenoid that is a very troublesome issue with a lot of gm owners. Typical parts cost and labor for this problem runs in the $400. 00 ballpark.
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30 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2000 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 09/17/2003
While gradually accelerating from 42 to 43 mph the engine surges and then settles back down. Dealer states they found codes that indicate a solenoid problem in the transmission. I only have 52,000 miles on the car. Dealer also states that the transmission could change to any gear at any time or speed.
31 Transmission Solenoid problem of the 2003 Chevrolet Impala
Failure Date: 12/06/2002
I was driving on the interstate anf as I was slowing down the car began downshifting rough. As I increased speed out of the exit the car was "jerking" and shifting very rough. The "check engine" light came on. It took 2 weeks to replace the transmission valve body, wiring harness, and solenoids in the transmission. This car only had 400 miles on it.
Other Common Power Train related problems of Chevrolet Impala
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