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10-13-2011 05:49 PM
willowbilly3 Just a crazy thought but how are your motor mounts? I had a 3.3 Caravan do some really strange things when the motor mounts got bad, like popping noises backing up.
10-13-2011 04:47 PM
eloc431962
Update!!!!!!!!!!!

Well i just don't know what was wrong with it it's working like a charm now like nothing ever happened, took it to a local trans shop and they drove it around all day and checked it all out and said everything was working fine. So i don't know kind of afraid to drive it very far now and now the wife wants to sell it but i don't want to sell it to someone and it break down on them either. What to do what to do.



Cole
10-04-2011 06:35 PM
poncho62 Ultima....Seems you didnt edit that out, another moderator deleted it and just suspended you for 2 weeks......which I tend to agree with....see you then.....

Back to our regularly scheduled program......
10-04-2011 06:35 PM
Crosley
Quote:
Originally Posted by poncho62
Edited out by Ultima

"What part of my reply do you not like? RICE! MAYBE?

Best regards, RA"

To answer your question, start with this...


"It's not a hot rod, it's a pig! Dump that crapper, and get a flat-nose.
Show some class."

Play nice or you are done, last chance
Ultima was banned for 2 weeks. His yammer posts moved to the dump.
10-04-2011 06:31 PM
poncho62 Edited out by Ultima

"What part of my reply do you not like? RICE! MAYBE?

Best regards, RA"

To answer your question, start with this...


"It's not a hot rod, it's a pig! Dump that crapper, and get a flat-nose.
Show some class."

Play nice or you are done, last chance
10-04-2011 06:06 PM
poncho62 Ultima......Keep the conversation civil, or you are out of here.......
10-03-2011 05:14 PM
eloc431962
Quote:
Originally Posted by T-bucket23
Any luck with the cable
Well as far as i can tell the cable is working, and now all of the sudden it has park again, but when i put it in reverse it pops like three times the go on and does good, i don't know must be something internal ? but i did notice when it is put in park while i am watching the cable it seems kind of weak going in. Not sure Chet.

Quote:
Originally Posted by cobalt327
Sorry for the hyjack, Cole. So yeah, let us know what's up when you get the chance!
It's ok Mark with someone like you i don't consider it a hyjack at all you are alway's welcome on my threads.

Cole
10-03-2011 02:25 PM
cobalt327
Quote:
Originally Posted by eloc431962
Thank's guy's i will check the cable first.


Cole
Sorry for the hyjack, Cole. So yeah, let us know what's up when you get the chance!
10-03-2011 02:14 PM
T-bucket23
Quote:
Originally Posted by eloc431962
Thank's guy's i will check the cable first.


Cole
Any luck with the cable
09-30-2011 04:08 PM
eloc431962 Thank's guy's i will check the cable first.


Cole
09-30-2011 07:17 AM
tnsmith10 yea, what he said...
09-30-2011 06:28 AM
T-bucket23
Quote:
Originally Posted by tnsmith10
try disconnecting the shift cable from the manual arm and see if it goes into park. if it doesnt, its the cable, if it does, its internal.
.
I think you have this backwards, with the cable disconnected if it goes into park then it is the cable, if it doesnt it is something internal
09-29-2011 08:53 PM
cobalt327 To clarify: w/the cable disconnected, if the tranny will go into park, it might be the cable or adjustment. If it still will not go into park it's likely something internal.

Hopefully it's just the cable adjustment, worn linkage or a stretched out or frayed cable. Good luck.
09-29-2011 08:45 PM
tnsmith10 try disconnecting the shift cable from the manual arm and see if it goes into park. if it doesnt, its the cable, if it does, its internal.
thats a ton of miles on a factory 604 build i might add, and its lived well past its normal service life.
the best i can recommend is to have it scanned, and have the CVI's checked, if theyre all doing good and the converter clutch is still working, then a pan and valve body drop may be practical to do and see whats happened to the internal linkage if that be the case.
usually those trannys tear up planets or the converter clutch has lost its friction through time.
the choice of course is ultimately still yours but, with that high of mileage, i think its time for rebuild.
09-29-2011 07:18 PM
eloc431962
Quote:
Originally Posted by T-bucket23
I was thinking if the linkage was an issue it my be between positions or something like that. I am suspicious of this because it would not go into park.
Chet that makes perfect sense thank's.



Cole
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