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Old 04-18-2009, 09:24 PM
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700r4 Slipping In Drive

i BOUGHT A 700R4 USED THE GUY SWORE THAT IT WAS GOOD. PUT IT IN AND IT MAKES A BANGING NOISE AN IT SLIPS IN DRIVE JUST ENOUGH TO NOTICE OTHER THAT THAT IT DRIVES FINE. i DID READJUST THE DETENT CABLE BUT IT STILL IS DOING IT ANY ADVICE OTHER THAN A REBUILD. i AM TAKING IT TO AMCO TO BE CHECKED OUT TUESDAY THANKS

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Smell for burnt fluid
Check fluid level at operating temp and in park
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That cable on a 700R4 is NOT a detent cable, it's a TV cable and it absolutely is the life of a 700R4. If is not adjusted properly it will fry the 700R4 in very short order.
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fluid is fine tv cable is fine.
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Sounds like a worn out trans if all checks out OK
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