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I have a 1987 fF350dully desiel, I was driving down a gravel road when it all of a sudden died, I lost all power and won't start anymore. It just keeps turning over but won't actually fire up for me?


I would check the valve cover gaskets pass thru connector to see if they are connected still. Connectors supply power to both injectors and glow plugs

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Fuel gauge problems


terminals on pass thru connector, fuel level sensor or cluster itself
have fixed many all 3 are common repairs

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My coolant is filling up with transmition fluid why?


Transmission fluid is sometimes cooled by way of a seperate internal tank within your radiator, the fluid is passed through hoses and steel or aluminum tubes from the transmission to the radiator, as the fluid flows thru the internal tank within the radiator it transfers heat from the fluid into the coolant within the radiator which then exchanges the heat from the coolant thru the radiator fins and into the ambiant air around the radiator.
That being said, if the internal transmission fluid tank or the connections at or within the radiator develop some sort of leak, the two fluids(coolant and transmission fluid) will mix and will show up where it shouldn't be! You may have an internal leak within the radiator, which means the radiator needs to be replaced.
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Ignition problem on 2000 olds intrigue


Are you seeing a check engine light ?

If, so the problem might be with crankshaft position sensor. You may have to get it replaced for $50-60

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Need info on swapping an automatic transmission on 2001 S-10 Blazer 4X4


ok.. Start with unhooking the battery, removing both drivelines, exhaust, and crossmember while supporting transmission with a jack. Remove all wiring connectors and hoses from transfer case. Remove starter, and torque converter bolts thru the starter hole..
remove the six transfer case to adapter bolts and slide off the transfer case. Disconnect all electrical connectors, hoses, and unbolt transmission cooler lines. Support the transmission with a jack, and remove all of the bellhousing bolts. You should be able to wiggle the transmission, and get it to back off of the engine and then should be able to lower it. Reverse procedure to install, and make sure the new one has fluid in it before you start it up.

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I have a 2001 montana that just quit going with on the expressway going 70. i am told that it is probably the transmission, but i had no signs or warning of trannie problems it starts fine and when put in...


if the tranny fluid level is fine then it might be a good idea to check out your PCS(Pressure Control Solenoid) and the connections at the transmission pass-thru connector. These year montana have been known to have tranny probs

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its the ecu on the passenger side i went thru 3 trannys in 4 months and they finally looked for the problem because the tranny was under warenty and they had to keep fixing it for free

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Have a look at the connectors fitted to the transmission.

There is a transmission speed sensor that may have come free or damaged.

Any connector you locate, you should pull free and clean thoroughly both the jack and plug with contact cleaner to help the signals pass efficiently.

Have you pulled the codes yet? You may see a code that'll give you some direction.

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Change the Transmission filter and flush the fluid in it, I'd be willing to be the factory filter is still in these trannys and it's about clogged up, gettin worse once the fluid heats up. The pump won't build enough pressure to allow it to act properly.

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