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Old 09-17-2007, 04:50 PM   #1
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I have the above and it won't go forward or reverse when I give it throttle, i took it apart and nothing seems broken? The motor will rev when I give it throttle but doesn't move, I verified the metal bar that moves back and fourth but looks OK, I'm looking for someone who lives near me , i lve in verdun PQ, I am triying to hook up with someone that I can have them fix it and I can pay them instead of brining it to the store for repairs where as you know can be costly, Can anyone give advise or help me out.
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Old 10-12-2007, 04:45 PM   #2
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I would say that you clutch is probably gone, as Lisa/Luke said in your other post, it could be that your slipper clutch is too loose.

Does it move at all when you press the throttle (slow acceleration)? If it does then it would most likely be your slipper clutch. If it doesn't move at all, then I would check your clutch.

If both of these are ok, then it might be your transmission.

Best way to tell is to start your truck, give it some gas and follow down the driveline until you see no more movement. Start with the flywheel then the clutch bell, Spur Gear, slipper clutch, center drive shafts, outer drive shafts.

if the movement stops here:
Clutch bell = clutch
Spur gear = mesh between clutch and spur gear
Slipper clutch = loose and/or missing slipper pads
center drive shaft = transmission problems
outer drive shafts = differential problems

Good luck, after inspection you can let us know what you find and we'll be more than happy to help.

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Old 02-04-2008, 11:03 PM   #3
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this might sound stupid but I had the two screws vibrate out of the one side of the engine mount bracket and it dropped the spur gear far enough that it wasn't making contact and had the same simptoms as you

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