It will give you the as-built trans type, rear axle ratio, and the build code for each item. Also the transmission isn't upshifting from 2nd gear. The electronics went out and it was full of metal!!! If this was your situation with the miles it has on it would you just do a rebuild with a flushed out cooler? P 1 Post a reply to this message: Username Registration: All visitors are allowed to post messages Name: Email: Notify me when I get a reply to my message: Yes No Icons: Subject: Message:. You may have damaged it when installing the torque converter. End result found that the ball that controls the flow of the transmission fluid was getting stuck closed, not allowing the fluid to flow. Install 13 new front pump-to-case bolts and washers. You can see the entire line of products which we offer at.
Dodge has replace sensors, doesn't fix problem. Tighten in a crisscross pattern. We've posted numerous times here, don't flush high mileage transmission's. I have the same leak, never drips though Just curious to see responses 2000 4. Does this make and sense you or am I going to need a rebuild? Then make sure the shifter knob is screwed on as far as it will go. It started pouring out the bottom of the bell housing. Hi, thanks for writing in.
There are a few things we are able to do to assist you to: We offer a cryogenic treating process to particular gears and shafts to add an extra 30% in durability to your unit. Maybe theirs an emotional attachment. Its starts in a running gear. The information contained here is offered in good faith but with no guarantees of accuracy or safety. Also the Pickup wont start in park, but it will start in reverse. Should I just pull my tranny now, If so what am I looking for, a bad seal? I found trans cooler plugged up decided to try a new seal and flush the system. The tranny fluid looks like tranny fluid but with a lot of bubbles in it.
Any ideas what could be causing this leak and what to do to fix it? Inspect pump stator seals replace if damaged. Remove the main control assembly. Install the 11 main control assembly bolts and tighten to 8 N~m 71 lb-in. Where is the class action??? Thanks Dustin Ok with the tranny, its leaking in the same spot it has been leaking the whole time, between the engine block and tranny, but I dont know where thats the problem. At least dirty fluid is one of the tell tale signs. I have yet to pick the truck up and am wondering if I hooked up the transmission throttle cable spring back up.
Those are stock parts on a 1998 1500 Dodge Ram 5. The size of the brand new installed transmission will change from the current transmission, therefore you will need to have your driveshafts modified. Lubrication Synthetic gear oil is required, partly due to the carbon composite gear synchronizers. One week after buying it I called clarke motors in virginia to tell them about this light coming on and they told me it was nothing , just a computer sensor - not to worry about it. I work at a repair shop so if it didn't work wouldn't have been no big deal to pull it back out. Install the thermal bypass valve into the case. So go over every inch of the engine and take a very close look at any place that might possibly leak oil.
Verify both inner and outer gears have the Dot facing up on the new pump body and gears. Georgia lemon law is worthless!!. With the release tab up and unlocked, push the outer shell of the bulkhead electrical connector into the transmission. If so, make sure it's not the culprit for this leak. We hadn't hit the thousands yet but I would look in the newspaper at the new car ads for practice.
Did you lubericate the lip on the new seal when you installed the converter? Anyway, just because that's where you see the oil doesn't mean that's where it came from. The signs where there that the cooler wasn't working since whenever it would be running let's say 30 min it start hesitating to start shifting. If transmission fluid is red and does not smell burnt proceed to Step 3. Make sure the bulkhead connector is fully seated into the molded lead frame. So 2 days ago I was going on a trip from Albuquerque to El Paso and when I was 100 miles from El Paso my expy decided to spill all the transmission fluid. Almost every time the transmission or engine will require removal from the vehicle in order to replace the seal and resolve the fluid leak. If the torque converter seal fails it will leak fluid from where the engine and transmission meet up.
We lubricated the seal, we made sure the torque converter was set all the way into the pump. Today I took it to a transmission shop and they told me that there was to much pressure inside my transmission and a flare from 2nd to 3rd So basically a slip. It may be worn and allowing fluid to bypass it. First I thought it was a hose but after further inspection I noticed all the fluid came out from the bell housing area. I could do it in a day with a floor jack and lousy tools. Loosen all 11 pump body to pump assembly fasteners and carefully push down on the loosened fasteners to remove pump and gear assembly and discard. I've always, if I had to, run the tranny a little low rather than too full.
Furthermore, it is also leaking a little bit of coolant down there as well now, which is even more confusing. The primary bearings are tapered also, the input pocket bearing is a caged needle bearing. He told us that they looked fine. Lube new pump body and gear assembly outer pump body 0-ring with clean transmission fluid and align new pump body and gear assembly to pump plate and stator and carefully install into the pump plate and stator. Under that is a 14mm hex nut.