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Problems with Dodge NV4500

May 26, 2015 - Author: bartbarton

Question:   I recently purchased a dodge cummins with a nv4500 tranny the clutch was weak after doing a couple engine mods so I decided to replace the clutch along with that I decided to upgrade to the bigger input shaft. When setting the end play of the new shaft I took 5th gear apart and went back together fine or so I thought, it no longer will go into 5th after reinstalling the transmission all other gears work fine including reverse except 5th. I have scoured the Internet for a manual before I take it apart to see what’s wrong so I know how to put it back together. And have turned up nothing. Do you guys offer a repair/ manual?

Answer: Sorry we don’t have a manual for sale. We assume something went wrong with the syncro slider assembly during the reinstall

nv4500The slider will go on backwards…. The pointed engagement teeth need to face the rear.

For more free technical support give Scott a call toll free 888-824-2012 he can help you.  Need parts see our website.

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Jeep Wrangler automatic to Manual

May 21, 2015 - Author: bartbarton

I have a Wrangler TJ converted into a 4.7 V8 H.O

Question: I am interested to change from automatic nv3500(545RFE) to a 6-Speed manual such as the Getrag 238 (MWTCRY033).

Answer:  We do not have anything manual that will bolt behind the 4.7L other than a NV3500 out of a Dodge selling price would be $1595.00 outright no core required plus freight.

Give Scott a call toll free 888-824-2012 he can help you.  Need parts for your NV3500 see our site.

 

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Why Tire Size is Important

May 8, 2015 - Author: CourtneyN

Question: I have a 1992 4WD GMC Sierra.  The transmission gets stuck in neutral and reverse when it is backed up with transmission in 4 wheel drive any ideas?

Answer: As far as  being stuck in natural or reverse, it shouldn’t make any difference to the transmission if it’s in 4WD or not as far as the transmission shifting unless there is a drive line bind like mismatched front and rear gear ratio’s or mismatched tires Not sure what the problem is suggest you verify it has not had any differential work as in one of the differentials being changed and creating a gear ratio difference… then I would check all tires.. should be within ½” overall diameter.

Give Scott a call 888-824-2012 once you have check these things he can help you.

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Toyota Transfer Case

May 5, 2015 - Author: bartbarton

MTTOY017_v1_20090513Question:  I have a 1999 Toyota pickup truck its a V6, Can you help me with a rebuilt transfer case?

Answer:

You need our part # MTTOY017 your cost is $950 plus $250 core deposit plus freight.

This transfer case has a one year hassle free warranty.

Give Scott a call toll free 888-824-2012 he can help you.  You can see the other part that we can provide on our site at www.midwesttrans.com.

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Difference Between 2WD & 4WD ZF S5-42 Transmission?

May 4, 2015 - Author: CourtneyN

I have a 1990 FORD F-350 CUSTOM V8 5.8L 460-CID FI N H 4 Wheel Drive | S5-42 Trans (Standard 5 Speed)

Question: What’s the difference between 4 x 2 and 4 x 4 models of the ZF S5–42 transmission?

Answer: The 4 wheel drive of the ZF S5-42 transmission has an open style tail housing allowing the companion of the transfer case.  The 2WD  ZF S5-42 transmission has a bolt on yoke in the rear only allowing the rear drive line to be bolted on. This  is why it is crucial to identify your correct transmission and vehicle information. If you have any trouble identifying your transmission our experts can help call 1-888-824-2012 or visit our website www.midwesttrans.com/ZF_S542_Manual%20Transmission.html.

 

Ford ZF S542 Manual 5 Speed Transmission Parts

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Ford 5 Spd Man. Transmission ZF-S547

April 25, 2015 - Author: bartbarton

Ford 5 Speed Manual Transmission ZF-S547 Providing You With Issues Rebuild or Replacement Components, Ask an Expert.

Problems with your ZF-S547 Manual Transmission if zfs547not correctly identified can be very expensive and cost you plenty of cash as well as down time according to Manual Transmission Rebuild professional Dan Schoenfelder of Midwest Transmission Center Zumbrota, MN. Below Dan provides 5 of the very most common ZF S5-47 Manual Transmission breakdowns. Midwest Transmission Center can provide ZF-S547 Transmission rebuilt units as well as parts and free technical assistance with your own transmission repairs. If you’d like severe duty and generally are damaging gears and or main or counter shafts we offer cryogenic heat-treated replacements, this can add about 30% to the strength over the OE parts.

Ford starting using the ZF-S547 in 1995 to 1998 utilized the S547M was utilized between 1999 to 2001, this transmission is rated for 470 lb-ft. input torque all gears are synchronized. The particular unit came in 2 different ratios wide and close ratio variations. The close ratio edition is utilized in F-Series trucks using a 7.3 Lt diesel engine and a gross vehicle weight over 8500 lbs.

This transmission features an lightweight aluminum case having an integral bell housing. The ZF transmission used with the 7.3 Lt diesel engines requires use of synthetic Motorcraft MERCON ATF fluid. Rebuilt Manual ZF-S547 Transmission can be purchased from Midwest Transmission Center, we can easily also provide rebuild overhaul kits and hard-parts, inquire about our great take out parts, (used) let us help save you some money!

Five of the extremely common problems in ZF-S547 manual transmission failures tend to be:

Noise on acceleration and speed, ZF-S547 Noise upon deceleration
This problem may be tracked to failure of the pilot bearing in the flywheel, also examine to ensure that the fluid level is correct. You should also examine the bearing between your input and main shaft. Rough and excessive wear on the rear bearing on the output shaft. Noise can even be caused by substantial use of needle bearings under main-shaft gears.

Hard to get to get into gear ZF-S547
1st, 2nd and reverse might be attributed to failing clutch. And or failure of your reverse syncro ring/slider.

Grinding going into gear ZF-S547
Syncro ring or slider wear, excessive bearing wear allowing shafts to move away from design boundaries. An additional common problem is excessively worn shift housing or shifter, each of which can replace by re-manufactured components by Midwest Transmission Center.

Popping out of gear ZF-S547
May be brought on by worn syncro slider and or perhaps shift lever maladjusted. Worn input bearing as well as shift shaft.

Will not shift through gear to gear ZF-S547
This issue may be brought on by the examples below: Shift fork pads missing or with abnormal wear, damaged fork or slider grooved.

The ZF-S547 transmission can also receive damage to the front case 1 / 2 (bell housing) and maybe the rear extension housing because of a damaged drive shaft, bent, out of balance, excessive wear of u-joint or yoke. At the very first sign of vibration we suggest that you have the driveline high-speed balanced. Malfunction of your dual mass flywheel can also crack the actual bell housing portion of the case.

Call now 888-824-2012 to order a rebuilt ZF-S547 manual transmission or parts; buy the parts from Midwest Transmission Center and you need help just call the Drivetrain Expert 1-888-834-2012 it’s free of charge, we’ve got the actual answers you will need. To find out more see our web site at http://www.midwesttrans.com/zf547.html

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NV5600 6 Spd Dodge Man. Transmission Problems

April 17, 2015 - Author: bartbarton

NV5600
NV5600 6 Speed Dodge Manual Transmission Problems, Rebuild or Replace, Ask an Expert 888-824-2012.

Click for more information on the NV5600  Problems with your Dodge NV5600 6 speed manual transmission will co.

The Dodge NV5600 is really a continual mesh, manual transmission with a wide gear ratio span, full synchronized, Six Speed Overdrive. The NV5600 Manual Transmission is actually factory rated at 540 lbs. ft. of torque. Cast Iron is utilized during the manufacturing of the Bearing retainer, primary case. Ratio’s are actually: 1st 5.63:1, 2nd 3.38:1, 3rd 2.04:1, 4th 1.39:1, 5th 1:1 and 6th gear overdrive of 0.73:1 along with Reverse simply being 5.63:1. If your in need of parts for your NV5600, Midwest Transmission Center can assist you and also save you some money!

As the NV5600 manual transmission has good reliability and is long lasting, is suitable for towing with high horsepower. Common problems generally result from significant usage and defective 6th gear. Losing fluid causes problems for 1st gear and the output bearing. All rebuilt NV5600’s provide by Midwest Transmission consists of main case modifications that provides increase lube flow to the main output bearing, increasing transmission life. Rebuilt transmissions have a 1 year warranty, no hassle.

5 of the most common NV5600 manual transmission problems tend to be

* Hard shift into gear
* Grind shifting into gear
* Jumping out of gear
* Will definitely not shift from gear to gear

Noise upon acceleration, noise when deceleration
problems associated within this category are generally associated with input or pocket bearing malfunction, sixth gear failing, the pilot bearing could also fail.

Challenging to get directly into gear
This problem is common in the NV5600, this transmission is more like a large 18 wheeler transmission, double clutching at the right RPM’s is key to resolving this problem. Additionally you might have a Clutch hydraulics issue requiring that you replace these elements.

Grinding when shifting gears
This issue can be excessive wear of Syncro rings as well as excessive bearing wear

Coming out of gear
This problem may be related to worn syncro rings, syncro sliders, gears and/or shaft movements caused by extreme bearing wear.

Will not shift from gear to gear
Fluid varnish build-up around the shift rail bushing exacerbates this problem. We suggest that you normally replace the shift rail bushings during the overhaul and that you only use OE lubricant from Chrysler part-number 4874464. You actually will discover this kind of transmission fluid is extremely expensive at the dealer about $26.00 per quart, we offer the same fluid for $9.99 per quart plus S&H. We recommend that you change the fluid every 35,000 miles when you have heavy-duty use and each and every 45,000 miles if you have light duty.

Because of the complexity of the NV5600 and we don’t recommend that the average person attempt overhauling this unit. You will need plenty of mechanical experience, but if you must you should start at the rear of transmission. The bell housing will be the last piece to be removed; we recommend that you simply take a lot of photos.

When ready to order a replacement you can get a rebuilt NV5600 replacement manual transmission or rebuild overhaul kit and hard parts from Midwest Transmission Center.

Make use of MWT’s  NV5600 6 Speed manual transmission Expertise

Scott

Ask the Expert

We can help you obtain the correct parts and save money. If you need NV5600 parts and purchase the various components from Midwest Transmission and need help, merely call up the Drivetrain Professional 1-888-824-2012 it’s totally free, we have the solutions you’ll need. Need detailed parts list or price for rebuilt dyno tested more information on theNV5600.

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Rebuilt Transmission

April 13, 2015 - Author: CourtneyN

Question: I have Chrysler G. Voyager 2.4 SE Gasoline with defect Automatic transmission. The Vans gear slipper when I am trying to press gas pedal, wont go. Would you please send me your price for replacement of this Transmission and please confirm if it need to be re-coded or just install and run?

Answer: We can supply a rebuilt transmission for this vehicle with a 100,000  mile warranty your cost is $1395 plus a $500 core charge, plus delivery.  Once this transmission is installed vehicle  will have to be driven to the dealer after it is installed and re-flashed.

 

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NV4500 Upgrade

March 6, 2015 - Author: CourtneyN

Question: I am wondering what is the best aka least expensive way to upgrade to a 5 or 6 speed. any help would be appreciated.

Answer:

This will be the best and least expensive way… is to upgrade to a NV4500 Transmission.nv4500

MTGM009N BRAND NEW OE GM NV4500 $1600.00 OUTRIGHT NO CORE

TCGM008A REBUILT NP205 WITH YOKES $650.00

CONVERSION KIT TO ADAPT THE TWO AA50-0217 $600

AA712576 CONVERSION BELL KIT $399.00

MTC-2.5  2.5 GALLONS OF NV4500 SYNTHETIC OIL FOR TRANS AND T-CASE $75.00

Give Scott a call 888-824-2012 he can help you the NV4500 Upgrade.  This transmission is dyno tested before leaving the factory and has a 12 month warranty  Shipping Charges will be added.

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