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I have a 1992 Ford F150 4x4 with a 4.9L, 5 speed manual trans., 195k mileage. When I place the trans in neutral and start to release the clutch it seems like it is still in gear and will make a noise or start moving. I can shift into 3rd and slowly move the shifter down towards neutral and get it in a position so it doesn't make a noise and seems to be in neutral. I have also noticed it will pop out of gear sometimes while driving, is hard to shift into gear sometimes, and when in reverse and backing up it will **** and stall sometimes. I have changed the fluid and noticed a small amount of fine metal on the drain magnet.

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  • dakkon69x2 May 28, 2011

    No it doesn't lock up in any gear. I put auto trans fluid in it. I have the transmission out of the truck and I am going to inspect what I can without a complete tear down.

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Does it lock up in any gear? sounds like blocking rings trying to stick, what type oil did you put in it?
should take auto transmission fluid

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  • dakkon69x2 May 28, 2011

    No it doesn't lock up in any gear, and I put auto trans fluid in it. I pulled the trans out today and will start inspecting what I can without a complete tear down for now.

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