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Broke u-joint behind trasfercase and transmission

Broke u-joint and yok behind trasfercase and transmission fluid ran out in front of trans case.

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BROKE UNIVERSAL JOINT.MORE LIKELY DRIVE SHAFT HAS TO BE REPLACED.ITS PROBABLY DAMAGED.

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I have a 1996 astro van. Front drive shaft moves to the transfer case. Nothing from transfer case back. Is there a clutch in the transfer case? Any help would be greatly appreciated.


The front drive shaft moves when the truck moves.. This is a "All wheel system" NOT a 4 Wheel Drive system.. Yes there is a clutch pack in the transfer case that is supposed to send the power to the wheels as needed. for traction. Make sure you keep all the U joints lubed and in good shape.. these are very expensive drive shafts. You really did not tell us the problem.. possibly the truck does not go ?. in which case it could be a bad transfer case or possibly a broke output shaft on the trans. except for the output shaft and rear housing these transmissions are the same as the 2 wheel drive models.post a comment and let us know what you find, By the way check to see if there is any fluid in the transfer case..

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this is usually a case of the very hot rans fluid expanding and bubbling out either the dipstick hole or the vent on the transmission case.

Check fluid level, keep to low side of stick when towing. Consider adding an additional trans fluid cooler that has at least one large tube so fluid flows through in cold wetaher.

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Where is transmission filter


Hi there,

The Diamante transmission can actually have up to 2 filters - one internal & one external.

It is recommended to change both these filters when doing a transmission fluid change.

ONLY USE MITSUBISHI ATF - Do not use any other brand of fluid, or you will cause damage to the transmission (Mitsubishi fluid has special properties).

The internal filter is inside the transmission casing and is accessed by dismantling the trans casing - careful, as oil will escape from the trans when you remove this cover. See item # 29, in picture.
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The external trans filter (miniature version of an engine oil filter) is mounted on the transmission body, which is located behind (or under) the battery compartment. See Item # 6 in picture.



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Replacing transmission fluid


do not do trans flush if car has over 100,000 miles and has never been flushed. if its under 100,000 or has been fushed before it is an easy job. there is a drainplug on trans pan. take out drain fluid. new trans filter will come with new trans pan gasket in most cases. remove trans pan, fliter is behind trans pan

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When i get to 55 mph i hear i popping in the front.Ive replaced both cv joints and a wheel bearing,but it didnt help.Iinspected the spider gears but they were fine.I disconnected the front drive shaft now...


Check the front differential for proper spacing inside, also the bearings. Then check the homocinetic joint right behind the front diff. on the drive shaft. If all of them are fine, open the oil screw at the transfer case, drain the oil and check if there are some metal in it. After draining the oil out, use a flat screw driver, insert it into the transfer case (be careful!!) to locate the drive chain. check if there she is very loose ( if you can slide the chain more than 1/2" it need to be replaced). To rule out the transfer case, disconnect the rear drice shaft (U-Joint on rear diff. and then slide them out of the case), disconnect the front drice shaft right on the transfer case (U-Joint), disconnect the shifter and any wiring you find on the case, remove the bolts from the chassie and then remoce the bolts between the case and the auto transmission and slide the case backward till you have it in your hand. Install a new or rebuilt one the same way back, fill it with auto trasmssion fluid as told in the user manual. Do not overfill the case and do not use other fluid as in the user/service manual.

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You need your trans rebuilt or replaced. There is a clip inside that holds the gears from moving back and forth. This clip has broked and will need replacement. The casing will have to be repaired or replaced as well as the gear(s) that ground its way through the casing.

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You more than Likely have a Small leak in the Pan on the Bottom of the Tranny. as for the Noise in the Front, It sounds a LOT like the Wheel Bearings. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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