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Old 06-25-2003, 07:21 AM
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No gears (TH350)

Hello,
When we put the tranny back in the car after rebuilt, on every gear car is not moving. There was only one time when I was driving on reverse about 20 meters. I stoped the car (road has ended) switched to D and car was not moving. We pushed it forward on N. Next try and nothing even on reverse. I have no gears.
The engine RPM after shifting on R or D or S or L are still the same.

There was front planetary system exchanged after crush, repair kit and improver shift kit installed.

Fluid is Shell, specification 236.6 236.7.

If you know what can be wrong, please help.

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Old 06-25-2003, 05:59 PM
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Am just guessing, cause have not seen what you did. The TH350 shifter linkage where it connects inside the transmission has a "s" shaped piece to move the valve. Have seen this piece come out of position when the valvebody is installed. When the shifter is moved the first time, the valve is moved because of it's position. Since the piece is not connected to the valve, it can't pull it forward, and usually goes far enough that yopu can't push it any farther. Try pulling the pan and see if the linkage is hooked up correctly.

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Old 06-26-2003, 02:08 AM
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Is it possible to this "s" piece to fall out during shifting?
I think it was mounted well, but of course I am not sure I didn't do it myself. I will check that this weekend, also this will be my first time to take tranny apart and back in one piece.
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Old 06-26-2003, 06:58 PM
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I have seen people get that piece out of position that have done alot of trans, including myself. If it was in the proper position when the valvebody was tightened, unless the linkage arm was loose, it shouldn't come out while shifting.
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