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My transaxle is seized and them freewheel release is not working, All was fine for the last ten years and has oil in the transaxle case. Went to put into gear and get a grinding noise both For./Rev.

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SOURCE: LOUD Grinding Noise When I Shift to Park

you are going to have to get taht transmision checked on. all you have to do for the lights is find the fuse panel and find the schematic for the fuses and change them out.

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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SOURCE: transmission, transaxle, transfer case

have the rear wheel bearings checked they had a recall on them they get water inside and rust up and whine please rate and good luck -jeff

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its hard to believe 2 trucks with same noise. you really need to verify where noise is from. it could be the trans

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SOURCE: 2004 Pontiac Grand Am died while driving

If the engine will turn over when you try to start it it is not seized.

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SOURCE: GRINDING NOISE IN TRANSFER CASE

check out all of the bearing and bushing give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if it is the transfercase checkout a good salvage yard for one give this website a try to find one close to you www.junkyarddog.com wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.

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My van has no power when you step on the accelerator?


Failed Transaxle most likely

When you change the fluid on an already slipping
trans & fail to diagnose how it works, you pretty put
end it & it slips worse

That is the fault of the shop that did the fluid change
They don't care & don't know that transaxle

Having once owned a trans shop & would suggest you
part with that vehicle

That Van & a couple Fords, have been the worst out there
for 30 years or more

Oct 31, 2014 | 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager

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2004 Hyundai Tiburon Clutch.


First you need to remove the Transaxle.

Manual Transaxle System REMOVAL

1. Remove the engine cover.
2. Remove the battery terminal.
3. Remove the air duct.
4. Remove the battery tray.
5. Remove the air cleaner.
(1) Upper
(2) Lower
6. Remove the back-up lamp switch.
7. After removing the CKP sensor, O2 sensor and oil pressure switch wiring bracket, separate the connectors.
8. Remove the brake fluid leveling sensor connector.
9. Remove the speedometer driven gear connector.
10. Remove the clutch release cylinder mounting bolt.
11. Remove the cotter pin of the shift cable (transaxle side).
12. Remove the cotter pin of the select cable. (transaxle side)
13. Remove the clip of the shift cable (transaxle side).
14. Remove the clip of the select cable (transaxle side).
15. Separate the steering column shaft joint.
16. Separate the power steering oil pump hose.
Be careful not to leak after separating.
17. Separate the hose after removing the clip of the power steering return hose.
18. Remove the upper connecting transaxle bolt.
19. Separate the start motor.
20. Install the engine support fixture.
21. After removing the tire, remove the caliper.
22. Remove the transaxle side cover.
23. Remove the transaxle side under cover.
24. Separate the tie rod end.
25. Remove the wheel speed sensor and the knuckle mounting bolt.
26. Drain the oil.
27. Remove the transaxle mounting bracket.
(1) Insulator bolt
(2) Body side mounting bolt (Upper)
(3) Body side mounting bolt (Side)
(4) Transaxle side mounting bolt.
28. Remove the front roll stopper.
(1) Insulator bolt
(2) Stopper bolt (Upper)
(3) Stopper bolt (Lower)
29. Remove the rear roll stopper.
(1) Insulator bolt
(2) Stopper bolt
30. Remove the drive shaft.
31. Remove the front muffler.
32. Remove the sub frame mounting bolt.
33. Install the transaxle jack.
34. Remove the transaxle lower mounting bolt to the engine.
35. Remove the transaxle assembly.

INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse of the removal.

Then inspect and replace the clutch place and pressure plate.

INSTALLATION
1. Apply multipurpose grease to the release bearing contact surfaces and the release cylinder contact surface of the clutch release fork assembly.
When installing the clutch, apply grease to each part, but be careful not to apply excessive grease. It can cause clutch slippage and judder.
2. Apply multipurpose grease into the groove of the release bearing.
3. Apply multipurpose grease to the clutch release lever fulcrum contact surface of the clutch release fork assembly.
4. Clean the surfaces of the flywheel and pressure plate thoroughly with fine sandpaper or crocus cloth, and make certain that all oil or grease has been removed.
5. Apply a small amount of multipurpose grease to the clutch disc splines and input shaft splines.
Do not apply more grease than necessary. Too much grease could cause clutch slip or judder.
6. Using the special tool, install the clutch disc to the flywheel. When installing the clutch disc, be sure that the surface having the manufactures stamp is towards the pressure plate side.
7. Install the the clutch cover assembly onto the flywheel and install the six (6) bolts through the clutch cover into the flywheel.
8. Tighten the bolts by one or two turns at a time, in succession, to avoid bending the cover flange.
If a special tool is not available, tighten the bolt temporarily and then torque to specification in diagonal torquing sequence indicated below.
TIGHTENING TORQUE
Single mass flywheel:
15~22 N·m (150~220 kg·cm, 11~16 lb·ft)
Dual mass flywheel:
20~27 N·m (200~270 kg·cm, 14~19 lb·ft)
9. Remove the special tool.
10. Install the transaxle. (Refer to GROUP - Manual Transaxle Assembly)
11. Adjust the clutch pedal free-play. (See CH-6)
INSPECTION
1. Check the diaphragm spring end for wear and uneven height.
Replace if wear is evident or height difference exceeds the limit.
2. Check the pressure plate surface for wear, cracks and color change.
3. Check the rivets for looseness and replace the clutch cover assembly if necessary.
CLUTCH DISC
1. Check the clutch facing for loose rivets, uneven contact, deterioration due to seizure, adhesion of oil, or grease, and replace the clutch disc if defective.
2. Measure the rivet sink and replace the clutch disc if it is out of specification
3. Check for torsion spring play and damage and if defective, replace the clutch disc.
4. Clean the splines on the input shaft and install the clutch disc.
If the disc does not slide smoothly or if play is excessive, replace the clutch disc and/or the input shaft.
CLUTCH RELEASE BEARING
The release bearing is packed with grease. Do not use cleaning solvent or oil.
1. Check the bearing for seizure, damage or abnormal noise. Also check the diaphragm spring contacting points for wear.
2. Replace the bearing if the release fork contacting points are worn abnormally.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse of the removal.
Then remove pressure plate and Clutch plate.

1. Insert the special tool (that came with your clutch kit) in the clutch disc to prevent the disc from falling.
2. Loosen the bolts that attach the clutch cover to the flywheel in a star pattern.
3. Loosen the bolts in succession, one or two turns at a time, to avoid bending the cover flange.

on Jan 13, 2010 | Hyundai Tiburon Cars & Trucks

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Where is transmission range sensor for 99 plymouth?


The TRS is a speed sensor located in the valved body, attached to the transaxle. It has a connector on one side, and the other side is a bolt holding it to the transaxle, and a rod plugged into the valve body. The transmission range sensor is located within the transaxle.To replace it or to check if the part fits you need to take apart the oil pan and valve body.


Here summary procedure:


Take off the battery negative cable.
Bleed oil.
Remove air cleaner assembly.
Put lever in first gear.
Disconnect the gear shift cable from lever.
Remove the manual valve lever from the shaft.
Disconnect the cable from TRS connector.
Raise vehicle on hoist.
Remove all the transmission oil pan bolts
Take off the transmission oil pan .
Remove the transmission oil filter
Undo the valve body-to-transaxle case bolts.
Remove the park rods from the guide bracket and pull off the valve body from transaxle.
Put the valve body on a work bench
Undo the t-25 torx screw holding the TRS.
Do operations in reverse order, when refitting torque the valve body bolts to 105 in lbs.


I hope this helps you,Ken.

Sep 14, 2012 | 1999 Dodge Caravan

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I have a 99 expedition eddy bower, when i put it in reverse the back-up lights come on but it acts like i have my foot on the brake and when i start the vehicle in either park or nuetral as soon as th


Other than diagnosing a solenoid issue,your left
with rebuilding the trans

They don't last more than ten years in most cases,
because the fluid isn't changed every 3 years or not
more than 30,000 miles

A transaxle which is in most cars worldwide don't see
80,000 & if they do there beyond help

There key is Slipping,recognized or not
Drive 10 miles & your done,clutches overheat
as well as seals harden etc

Sep 04, 2012 | 1999 Ford Expedition

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I have a 2003 Ford Windstar with 65k miles and the trans went out with no warning. It drove fine


That is perfectly normal for that vehicle

That issue has been their for years ,going
back to previous model whatever that was called

Not many van type vehicles have transaxles that last
or make 100,000 miles

The history on the ford taurus is about 65,000
& that is a half decent transaxle & that goes back
25 years

Jun 17, 2011 | 2003 Ford Windstar

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Where is the transmission dipstick in my manual 1.3 liter 1993 suzuki swift located and where do i fill it up?


LEVEL CHECK With Oil Level Gauge Fig. 1: Manual transaxle oil level check - with level gauge 84241046.gif
  1. Drive the vehicle to bring the transmission up to operating temperature.
  2. With the engine stopped, remove the oil level gauge front the side case of the transaxle.
  3. Check the color and smell of the oil. If it is black in color or smells burnt, further transmission service is needed.
  4. Wipe off oil level gauge with clean cloth.
  5. Fit the oil level gauge to the transaxle side case so that the threads rest on top of the case.
  6. Remove the gauge and check oil level. The level should be between FULL and LOW level line.
  7. If the level is below LOW mark, add oil until the proper level is reached.
With Oil Level/Filler Plug
  1. Drive the vehicle to bring the transmission up to operating temperature.
  2. Raise and support the vehicle safely.
  3. Remove the transaxle oil level/filler plug.
  4. Check the color and smell of the oil. If it is black in color or smells burnt, further transmission service is needed.
  5. Transaxle oil level should be even with the bottom of the plug hole. If oil level is low, adjust oil level accordingly.
  6. Install transaxle oil level/filler plug and tighten to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm).
  7. Lower the vehicle.

Oct 17, 2010 | 1993 Suzuki Swift

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How do I get the clutch to release from the transmission on a evo


All 1996 Model Year and newer vehicles
equipped with manual transaxles except Accents
, which have the "push" type clutch system. SERVICE PROCEDURE:
  • Drain the transaxle gear oil.
  • The reference photo to the right shows the clutch related components as viewed from outside the transaxle case.
75c260f.jpg Loosen the release lever nut and washer
Separate the release lever by removing the snap pin and clevis pin.
Separate the release lever from the fork shaft.
Loosen the bolts attached to the release cylinder and separate the release cylinder from the transaxle assembly (no need to open the clutch hydraulic system).
  • Remove the transaxle assembly after removing each bolt attached to the engine assembly.
  • Remove the clutch cover assembly. The release bearing is still attached.
To separate the release bearing from the clutch cover, rotate the release bearing to gain access to the bearing snap ring.

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Mar 28, 2009 | 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Transmission


Have him ensure that EVERYTHING lines up EXACTLY just right. It helps to try to put the transaxle back in the right spot if it is actually in gear....... he can actually also try to have someone just tap the key to turn it over a bit as he tries to put it back in. This may line it all back up right.

Jun 12, 2008 | 1997 Dodge Intrepid

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