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Terry, look at my other answers about this, could it be another post by you? Digital and anologue tail servos need selecting on your gyro ;)

Posted on Dec 07, 2014

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About the transmission slipping, which I have heard several complaints about, it might be an improper gear ratio code pop up and a gear slipping code popup. I would like to know in what gear it actually slips.

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MAKE SURE FLUID LEVEL OKAY FLUID + FILTER HAS BEEN CHANGED RIGHT TIME PERIOD. POSSIBLE CAUSES FOR TRANSMISSION SLIPPING IN REVERSE FORWARD CLUTCH NOT RELEASING.DIRECT CLUTCH HOUSING HAS BURNED CLUTCH PLATES OR CLUTCHES NOT RELEASING,CRACKED PISTON OR HOUSING.THE REVERSE INPUT CLUTCH HOUSING HAS WORN CLUTCH PLATES CRACKED WELD ON THE REVERSE INPUT HOUSING AND DRUM.THE REAR SERVO ACCUMULATOR HAS DAMAGE SERVO PISTON SEAL OR STUCK PISTON.THE LOW REVERSE CLUTCH COULD HAVE WORN CLUTCH PLATES DAMAGE SEALS OR DEFECTS IN THE PISTONS.

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