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My 2.5 tmaxx has no drive to the wheels,no problem at clutches!

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Is the clutch bell turning the spur gear? Have you checked the slipper clutch to make sure it has not loosened? If both of these check out it could be something broken inside the transmission.

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On most front wheel drive vehicles the easiest way to this is to remove the engine and transmission as a unit. However on a front wheel drive vehicle the engine and transmission come out from the bottom. You disconnect all of the hoses, wiring, linkage, etc just like on a rear wheel drive vehicle. You disconnect the suspension and steering. You disconnect the front "K" member (front sub frame). Then if you have everything disconnected properly you lift the body off of the drive train. You can then separate the engine from the transmission and service the clutch. You reverse your steps to reinstall the engine.

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Take apart the tranny, tighten the spring tension about a 1/4 turn, just like on the 2 speed clutch, on both the f/r gears.
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