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Old 09-10-2006, 07:00 PM   #1
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Just had a rebuilt...
At WOT it wont shift hits the rev limiter possible slip?
ANyone know how much this is going to set me back to fix????
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just rebuilt? with no warranty?
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Rebuilt then complications with engine so engine rebuitl took long time and well to get to the point it is now out of warranty.........

It was also rebuilt twice and after oen fo those rebuilds my Diff self destructed.. SO technically they rebuilt it 3 times.....
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Also another note...both my tranny mounts have rips in them could this cause the condition that i posted?
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The hell are you doing to that poor thing? Depends on what happened to the trans. Did it start slipping right after the repair?
So many possibilities....
Check balls not installed right, or missing.
Not enough fluid. Takes about 2.5 gallons to refill a completley dry trans and TC.
Did they reconnect all the internal electrical connections?
First, check the fluid level hot. Going through all gears.
Then, drop the pan to see if anything shouldn't be in the bottom.
uhh, try pulling the diff cover off and check the pin
Then go for the side pan. Its hit or miss now.
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There is plenty of fluid all electrical connections seem fine... The tranny shifts fine just not under WOT lol it hits the rev limiter.It actually has done it every time they rebuilt it. The Diff only lasted 5 weeks after the last rebuild .... Idk what would cause premature destruction of that.
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... Idk what would cause premature destruction of that.
Poor rebuild, abusive driving at every stoplight.
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... Idk what would cause premature destruction of that.
Poor rebuild, abusive driving at every stoplight.
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Last Question... Do you think its worth it to have another rebuild done right?

So far i dumped 3 grand into the car... Still missing interior lights needs new hood..

Anyone selling a series 2 SC ?
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You could prolly find a reman trans for the same price it would cost to have it rebuilt. Drop it yourself, take it in and order the new one.
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