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Old 05-11-2009, 07:24 PM   #1
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High-end torque and gear question.

ya me again.

ok like i said the studdering problem is gone.......but not at higher speeds say going from 75-100 the car seems to take more than it usualy does to get there. Any ideas? I'm not looking to spend lotta money but more of like tests to see if there a problem.

Car pushes easly in nuetral with no problem or grindings.

Them super computer 3 diff ones said there nothing wronge with motor at all.

I run 89 gas, brand new autolight plugs, brand new wires, brand new coils,cold air,flow-masters cat back.

Other than that the car seems to run fine.


Now my other problem is when i shift it is rediculiously hard to shift. Like i have to realy pull and push the shifter and I'm not a weak guy(325lb bench press). It feels as if the gears are cetching ever so lightly when i'm going to shift. And reverse is damn near impossible to get into you have to work it in there for a good 30 seconds.

also the shifter gets mighty warm buring driving...not burning warm but warm warm.

Please keep in mind im flat broke with not alot of money to waste. Any help?

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Re: High-end torque and gear question.

adjust your clutch, it should have pressure as you push it in pretty quick not like a inch or two from the floor

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Re: High-end torque and gear question.

syncros? (dunno how you spell that, but i'm sure you know what i mean)

they are supposed to make it easier to go into gear, so if ur havin a hard time... but iirc it usually starts having problems in one gear first than moves to others, i believe i heard 3rd was usually the first to have problems...

dunno if this is a good question or not (i haven't followed your progess or the problem from the beggining, only this one post) but your tranny fluid is topped off right?
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