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Transmission slipped out of gear and will not go into any gear now what is it?


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2007-01-25 07:46:42
2007-01-25 07:46:42

If manual box then check all gear change linkages back to the box.


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well you might need to add more transmission fluid you might even have to drain your intire transmission of the fluid it has now and put more in the transmission.

Fix the leak then refill the transmission. You may have done some damage to the transmission however it may still work. It most likely was not dry. If the fluid is to low the transmission stops working. You did say transmission fluid not oil so I take it that it is an automitic transmission.

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Well I asked this one and now i will also answer it. It is one of the cables going from the shifter to the transmission broke

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The clutch slipped. Shouldn't be a problem. The higher the gear the less grab it has for lack of a better term. The motor is putting out more power than the transmission can use and it has to go somewhere. With a new clutch, the motor would probably die. With one that has some wear on it the surface is slick enough that it will slide between the flywheel and the pressure plate.

i think its because the transmission fluid is cold the only way to warm it up is to buy a cheap oil pan heater or if you have a wood stove sit a pan of ashes under the tran now it doesnt really do any harm when it pops that's just it going into gear

Hey, what's up. What you can do is with you drive axles removed, put your transmission in neutral and spin the output shaft of your transmission. The shaft should move freely. Now put it in gear and it should not move freely. Have somebody push the clutch pedal in to disengage the transmission. Now spin the output shaft. If it spins freely, your good.

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Count the # of teeth on the ring gear. Now count the # of teeth on the pinion gear. Now divide the small # into the big # and that will be your gear ratio.

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