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Im wanting to but bigger gears in my truck cause im fixin to start racing it but thats about the only thing i have never messed with in my truck and i was wanting to get the info on how to set it up like the space it needs or how to figure that out

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There are 3 stage type gear sets so make sure you know what you are buying first. The set up is easy if you have a depth gauge, micrometer and can read in thousands. One other thing you will need is a press so you can push bearings back off when you are off by more than .004 of an inch. I hope this helps.

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2004,Mazda 6,4cyl,battery gets really hot,and now automatic transmission will not shift stays in 3rd, replaced battery, and is still doing same thing


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1997 Isuzu hombre NO movement when into gear, left IT in first gear let UP off the clutch and the truck didn't jump or CUT off. . What's wrong with it?


MT trans. got it. (said clutch let up.. is the clue)
engine is running right? (sorry)
and you shift to all gears, and car does not move, RIGHT?

if the clutch slips and car will not move in ALL gears.
the clutch is bad, or if a cable clutch, never setting free play on cable is the cause,... done 100s.
or if hydraulic actuated clutch pedal (im too lazy to look)
then if it fails the car can only moved if you start engine in gear.
see?
please post all steps.
i get in car,
i start engine in neutral. (did you) or start in gear with clutch to floor.?
i then select all gears, and release clutch and car will not move.
like that.... and win. (i can diagnose any clutch, ive wrecked many racing, so.... see all horrors) and fixed them by self. all.

if you can only move car , starting engine in gear.?
that is bad clutch cable or actuator (slave or master cylinder)

is the clutch locked all times, or slips all the time.
see? only that need be said.
and 10 other symptoms. (chatters, noises, grabs, etc)

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Engine racing


time to join the toyota death club.?.. LOL !!!!
eg; floor mats hitting throttle???? nah, nobody is that daft.
which engine options?
1.3 L M13A I4 (petrol)?
1.5 L M15A I4 (petrol)?
1.3 L I4 (diesel)?

but is ok, parked, with trans in neutral??????????
the normal RPM is about 800 hot.
not the word hot, it must be. it must be hot, 180F min. holding
hot. does it? we use a $9 scan tool to scan the ecu
and look at the ECT, does it show, 180F?
like this shows. driving dead cold the engine, warms, see it?
http://www.fixkick.com/my96-16v/TP-MAF-VSS-ECT-FUEL.JPG
the blue line, that is ECT, engine coolant temp sensor.......?
ok we got past rule one, and all fuse are good, we check.

The ECU (EFI BRAIN) in your car controls idle at all times.
GAS ENGINES, diesel we dont have here, in 2005 USA.
in your case, (hot) it does not, so can be only 2 things.
1: the ISC is messed up. (stuck open, so clean it.)
or
2: the EFI fueling is bad, causing #1.
the EFI controls might go rich or lean, and there can be air leaks in to the air intake system, (induction) on MAP engines, it races fast.
on MAF engines, it goes lean and idles slower.
i have no idea what system you have as my on line source skips 2005

what country?
is the CEL glowing key on?> check engine lamp
then stays out running>>>>>?????
do you have a maf sensor on the main air pipe? some are hidden in the throttle body. on some suz.
i believe this car is MAF based, (with map used for EGR tests only)
on very new cars, the MAF can fail, and the ECU is so smart
it can start using the MAP as backup,
or on some newer cars, it uses both , map works best at idle.
most mAF do a poor job at air flow reading at idle, (touch)
that is whats out there......
what does all this mean, simple
you start the engine, the CEL stays glowing, scan it.
you scan it and find the MAF is dead./ engine is in limphome
and in limphome mode idle controls can be DEAD>
ok CEL is out
engine hot, EFI is in CLOSED loop at idle and LTFT is like -4%
long term fuel trim. looks good, so if idle is wrong
the ISC is BUNGED

see what i did there , i used a $9 scan tool to tell me
the EFI fueling is good. so the ISC is bad.
the ISC can be 1 to 3 parts. (iac/iSC parts)
if any stick , it races. or stalls , depends on where is stuck
its just and air valve.
on MAF systems the ISC uses metered air and fuel is mixed perfect
so if it sticks open fueling is perfect and idle is RACING.
that is how EFI works. (fuel,idle, not spark)

i found what you had on the swift forum..... no lack of info there.

random page
http://www.teamswift.net/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=49725

most the questions answered this page are wrong cept last.
the maf on your car has extra capacity, so a bigger one does NOTHING. and the closed loop , will cancel the kids fiddling .
they dont understand EFI.
read

Greg Banish books to see how

all the bits work together. including how hard it is to get idle controls to
work right, its the last thing that does,,,,, work right.
ifcar has MAP total system (speed density ) most of my comments above are bunk,,,,
on SD systems, all air leaks, cause RACING ! apples and oranges different. they are...
to work efi , you need to first know what is there.....

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Quick up from the start


Hi, the weight of the cars, the gear ratios, engine and drive train condition would all be factors--
the weight could make a big difference, to exaggerate an example of each, a car with more torque and a bigger engine (more horsepower for this example) that weighs twice as much as another car will not win a race because it needs a lot more power to move the extra weight. Obviously, a car with an engine and transmission in poor condition, but a higher horsepower and torque rating probably will not win a race with a car of less horsepower and torque in excellent running condition. Gear ratios, consider 2 people in a bicycle race, one incredibly strong, the other not a very good athlete. The strong biker has a bike with low gears, it will only go so fast in the highest gear when he's pedaling as fast as he can. The weaker biker has the bike with the an excellent range in gears, allowing him to pedal easily up hills, and with fewer revolutions on flat roads and down hills, so even though he has less power than the other rider, his power is used to the best efficiency .
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