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Old 10-25-2005, 07:56 PM   #1
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My tranny has died again after beign rebuilt a month ago... The same problem that happened before has happened again. It will not go in reverse and it will only seem to stay in first gear if u go over a certian speed ur reving the engine but not going anywhere. Lucky i still have a warranty on the tranny. So i will be goign to the tranny shop tommroow and bitching because the fact i brought it in like 2 weeks ago cuz i thought it had a problem and they blamed the computer.....
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That sux . glad you have the warranty Jay
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well there was a def problem when you were at NEBF....the clicking reverse almost a clue that the trans was on the way out

at least you have the warrenty
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Yeah man it was def the tranny lol...... ITs werid though these are the exact same problems i had before i brought it there. Does anyoen have an explination for that?
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Yeah man it was def the tranny lol...... ITs werid though these are the exact same problems i had before i brought it there. Does anyoen have an explination for that?
you drive worse than me?
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Yeah man it was def the tranny lol...... ITs werid though these are the exact same problems i had before i brought it there. Does anyoen have an explination for that?
It depends how much they replaced and/or re-used in your transmission. Also, they may have not used the upgraded reaction drum (Stove Pipe), which is hardened.
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wouldn't happen to have anything to do with slipping slipping clutch plates would it??
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My entire problem right now feels like its slipping like crazy but every once in a while it grabs so i can get up to like 20 max speed lol. I dont drive thta bad i do a couple spisn with my tires in a week nothing crazy liek neutral drop or slap shifting....
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