'93 Olds Eighty-Eight 4T60E Issues
I've got a rather pressing issue with my Eighty-Eight again; this time it'* the transmission. About a few days ago when I started up Ol'Roy I heard a clattering noise coming from the engine. I immediately thought that I had busted something with the internals of the engine, but as I inspected and searched for the source of the noise (did the stethoscope trick), I happened to locate it on the bell-housing of the transaxle where the torque converter is located. I checked the fluid and it seemed fine, in fact the fluid was still red, and I also lost my reverse gear. I can still use the forward ones, but it felt sluggish when I tested it out by rolling it back in neutral and going into drive while still on the driveway. Also, the clattering noise goes away when in non-stationary gears. I'm most certain that I need to drop the transaxle, tear it apart, and put new parts in it. I've scoured other forums for answers, but alas I couldn't find a solution, so I'm in need of some help to somewhat figure out what'* wrong with my Oldsmobile'* transmission.
Parts suggestions are also helpful as always.
Stay awesome guys,