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Diagnosing a shifting problem with manual transmission

January 18, 2018 - Author: bartbarton

I have a Ford Ranger 2010 with 4.0lt manual 4WD.

Question:

I recently replaced the clutch, slave cylinder, master cylinder, pilot and throw-out bearing on my ford ranger, because 1st and second gear were getting difficult to shift into, especially when from a stop (1st gear/reverse). After extensive bleeding and verifying the slave is fully disengaging the pressure plate, my 1st and reverse gear are still difficult to shift while from a stop, however my second gear is now very difficult to shift into. Could this be a syncro issue or a shift fork issue, or something completely different? and if so, how can I test to see what may be causing the issue. thank you for your time in the matter. (truck has 130,000+ miles on all original drive train).

Answer:

Our experience tells us that anytime the lower gears are hard to shift the clutch components are suspect….

Try shifting those gears with engine off and see what it does. If it shifts good that way depress the clutch

and start the vehicle .. do not let the clutch up and see how it shifts… If it changes from off to run it is a clutch / hyd issue

 

If it’s hard both ways it is an internal trans issue, then its time to open the transmission and inspect and replace damaged part or replace with a remanufacture unit.

For additional technical support give Scott a call toll free 888-824-2012 he can help you, get you the correct parts or direct drop in replacement unit.

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See all the parts and services we offer on our site at www.midwesttrans.com

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Problem with Dodge Dakota 2001 Manual Transmission

January 16, 2018 - Author: bartbarton

Question: I have a Dodge Dakota 2001 3.6lt 2WD

i have a aluminum case its a NV 1500 5 speed manual transmission , my problem is 5th & reverse gears ,i took off stick and by visual aluminum sleeve fork broken in the center can see the other broken part further in housing ? Im going to remove or split back half of trans , if i could get more information about this repair besides the 2 diagrams like the manual transmission repair manual from dodge (dealers) copy please help mahalo for your kokua.

Answer:

The 2001 Dakota 3.9L 4×2 is the NV3500 instead of the NV1500 and it is not uncommon for those to break the 5/R fork

 

You can see the parts illustration for the NV3500 on our site at: https://www.midwesttrans.com/Chevy_NV3500_manual_Transmission.htm, we can supply the following parts:

 

Part Number MWT235GWS Bearing Rebuild Kit with Syncro Rings Dodge (NV 3500) (3 Piece 1-2 Syncros) 2001 -Up Your Cost $376.33

 

 

Part Number 58 NV20047 Fork 5th-Reverse Shift 1-Rail (NV 3500 S10, Dakota) (93-Up) Your Cost $51.00

You can qualify for a discount register for first time customer discount on our web site.    Give sales department a call toll free 888-824-2012 they can help with the order.  If you need additional technical information ask for Scott

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Interchange transfer case in

January 15, 2018 - Author: bartbarton

Question: Can I put a NP263xhd in place of a NP261HD vehicle is

2001 2500hd 6.0 NV4500 5 speed

Answer:

Yes this could be done but the NV263 is electric shift so without adding the switch, module, shift motor ext there would be no way to shift the transfer case.  May be able to track these parts in local salvage yard or on line.

 

Let us now if you need internal parts.

You can see detailed drawings and part list on our site at www.midwestrans.com

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Cummins automatic transfer case

January 12, 2018 - Author: bartbarton

Question:

Will a 1990 Cummins Automatic np205 transfer case bolt to a 96 Cummins NV4500 Transmission without an adapter?

Answer:

Yes it will as long as the NV4500 has the 23 spline mainshaft in it and you would use everything from the automatic witch is adaptor and coupling sleeve

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