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Old 06-01-2005, 06:24 AM
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T-10 ?????

Here is a new one....

A customer was talking to me about a corvette he is working on. It has the first generation T-10 in it. They use a aluminum bearing retainer. He says that after driving the car for a period of time, enough to get it hot. The trans will stop shifting. He looked under the gravel guard and said it looks like the throwout bearing is getting stuck on the bearing retainer. Like it's expanding from the heat and seizing the throw out bearing...

Anybody ever run across this problem?????

Keith

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Wow, is it not shifting due to lack of clutch disengagment or tranny bind?
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FORD had the same problem with their T5. A steel retainer cures the problem.
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56, I think it's due to the clutch not releasing correct because of the throwout bearing bind.....

kultulz. I'll have to check and see if they make a replacement out of steel.. Thanks

Keith
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