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10-14-2011 07:02 PM
c65shoebox Clunks are usually a sign of worn bushings, planetary gearsets, and thrust washers. Take a look up and around the case to make sure the transission bellhousing is not cracked, driveline U-joints and slop in the rearend can cause or attribute to the probelm. It does not have to not be working to be worn out. Sounds like you or you could hire someone to go through it for you and replace the hard parts and/or replace bushings and thrust washers. But if I were you I would check all the components outside that you can first. Like engine/transmission mount/s, driveline u joints and balance, rearend for worn bearings, and just a good general look on the vehicle, get it on a lift and start moving stuff around. If it is questionable, change it, if it moves and makes noise it needs replacing anyway so you are not out anything.
10-11-2011 03:20 PM
scottchrzanowski
c6 tranny problem

I have 79 c6 tranny f100 truck put into D and clunks into gears and shifts roughly if I put into 2nd drives great and then I can shift to D for third gears This is an auto, have flushed fluid , filled, replaced modular, adjusted band bolt , checked vacuum all is good when vehicle is warmed up or running for a while all is fine....help anyone have a suggestion???

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