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Automotive Transmission Forum

Professional automotive forum for discussion of system analysis, diagnosis, and repair of vehicle transmissions, transaxles, and drivetrains. This forum is for experienced automotive repair professionals only, membership required.

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Recent Automotive Discussions in the Automotive Transmission Forum

VW 094 trans need a tool
11/13/2019 in the Transmission Forum
1981 vw vanagon think its a 094 I need the tool to remove the pinion nut. Anyone have one to sell-borrow or rent?
AT545
11/11/2019 in the Transmission Forum
[PowerTrain: 01 International 3800 7.3L] When shifting into reverse, there is a 5-8 second delay, then works just fine & doesn't slip. Has anyone experienced this? Any type of internal adjustment ? Thanks!
Cadillac SRX C407-04 code
11/05/2019 in the Transmission Forum
[PowerTrain: 13 Cadillac SRX Luxury 3.6L] Vehicle has warning message on the dash about the rear axle. I got a code C407-04 for the pump motor in the rear differential clutch pack. Anyone have any experience with these differentials, and especially this ...
reverse slipping
11/05/2019 in the Transmission Forum
[Transmission: 99 Ford F-350 Super Duty XL 7.3L] have a strange reverse problem on a 4r100. it backs up fine on flat ground but if you back up a incline and start to put a load on it,it will just let go and make a spinning sound. Let off the gas and roll...
2010 Dodge 3500 Transmission Wiring Harness
11/04/2019 in the Transmission Forum
[Transmission: 10 Dodge Ram 3500 Laramie 6.7L] I have a Dodge 3500 in the shop here with a burnt wiring harness at the Y that goes above the bell housing. Problem is, I've ordered a harness that was supposed to be the right one and it is wrong by a long ...

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