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My Isuzu KB300LX DOUBLE CAB automatic gear box has this problem of not getting into motion and when I drain the oil it is full of saw dust and the filter is so blocked with this dust.I clean the filter and refill with new transmition oil.The car drives for 300km then the same problem start again.What must I do?

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My Isuzu KB300 D/C Automatic has a problem.I assume it was the diff-lock, as the diff sometimes make a funny noise when changing from 1st to 2nd gear.Sometimes when I pull away,it's like the wheels get stucked and the Ldv does not want to move.When I pull away at sharp corners,its like the wheels are stuck. I have to move very slow in the begining. Today the ldv decided not to move.The ldv has only 102000km. Any ideas what could it be?

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Well if thats your problem then is you must have wooden bearings or gear box other wise apart from working in a wood yard and having some one dont like you.
AS i cannot see how you can get sawdust in a gearbox even if you had the side deal missing and 1/2 the bolts missing from the pan as you would loose all your oil .so there isent any reason for your problem

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