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Re: Tranny Clunk backing up! [Re: allochris] #1044277 04/05/12 06:43 AM
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Alright, the yard on the island didn't work out. (pinion seal was leaking)

But I got hold of one here in Vancouver finally this afternoon. Tomorrow I just gotta lug this 80lbs+ anchor-way back with me (on foot!) on the ferry to Victoria!

It came off a 4runner, about 240k. Hope it will last a while...<img src="/forums/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif" alt="" />

Friday, I'm planning to plug the 3rd in, refill, run for a couple mins around the block, then drain the fluid to remove left-over metal shaving in the housing. Then refill afterwards. Good plan?


91-22re(408xxxkm & counting with a rebuilt long block)- Flatbed/Camper
/33x10.5BFG-AT/Open 4:88/1.5"BJS/
+2"Shackles/Add-a-Leaf/AirLift/Dual-Batteries
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Re: Tranny Clunk backing up! [Re: allochris] #1044278 04/05/12 07:13 AM
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Good plan. A better one would be to call NAPA quick and see if they offer a magnetic plug to put in there. If not, will be a good mini-mod later on.

Take your time and set it up right. I'd be callin' a taxi. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/ignore.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Tranny Clunk backing up! [Re: kewlynx] #1044279 04/07/12 07:54 PM
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All right, it's done!

Yesterday i cleaned the new to me 3rd, about 240k on it. Plugged everything back it. Filled with gear oil, ran it for 5 mins with the truck on jackstand, drained gear oil. Refill again, test drove. Felt good. No more clunk or excessive backlash play felt while letting gas pedal off.

Hope this one will last another while...

Thanks everyone.

My original drain plug already has a magnet built in. Just too bad it doesn't sit directly at the bottom of the housing though... <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />


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/33x10.5BFG-AT/Open 4:88/1.5"BJS/
+2"Shackles/Add-a-Leaf/AirLift/Dual-Batteries
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