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Old 03-20-2016, 03:22 PM   #106
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Blow fish bracket will resolve this issue mate.



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Try and call Ford directly, it's the only thing I can think of. I would not settle for less than new parts in that beauty, there should be nothing wrong with it and if there is, you're literally covered under all the warranties.


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Ford is well aware of it, my experience is on forums and internet. Seems like Ford's solution is to take a page from VWs book.
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Mine grinds into reverse very often, mainly after just starting it up, is the transmission just not warmed up or what!?


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If your pushing in the clutch, your transmission most likely needs to be replaced. It should not grind.
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I took mine into the shop on May 26th and im still waiting for it. they immediately said it needed to be fixed under warranty and proceeded to pull it out of the car. I was then told 1 month back order because it needed a new bell housing among other things. Two weeks ago i call and they said it was back in the car but they were waiting on a bottle of the xl-18 transmission additive. They put that in the car Monday and test drove it. Now the Tech says it wont stay in 2nd gear. I believe he has put shims in wrong but ford told him to replace shift linkage 2nd gear + sincro. suppose to be done today but I'm not holding my breath. If its not right i will be calling Ford customer service to open a case and push for a new tranny.
Im surprised Ford actually tried to fix it for you.
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No it won't!
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All the issues is because the MT82 is junk. 😉

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The MT-82 is so bad the federal government opened an investigation:

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So far so good regarding my own tranny, it's my understanding the car has an existing warranty 5 yr./60k mile on the drive train. It does feel clunky when cold though, then fine when warmed up. I don't beat on it but I do get on it, we''ll see car only has 9500 miles.
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The MT-82 is so bad the federal government opened an investigation:

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...and they came to the conclusion that there was no safety risk and that was that.
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Old 03-25-2016, 11:48 AM   #114
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The Manuals definitely need either a shifter bracket or a new shifter all together.
I went with a Barton bracket and a Royal Purple fluid swap and its smooth as butter.
Like someone mentioned already cool weather, doesn't have to be cold can effect shifting greatly until she warms up.


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Said it before and I'll say it again. If I ever get an 11+ it's going to be an auto.

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Old 03-25-2016, 03:36 PM   #116
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I love my 6r80.....no judgement....
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Was dragging a$$ with a mt-82 for 3 years.


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Old 03-25-2016, 03:50 PM   #118
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Same here...it was great after Ford got a do-over on the assembly

It was fun in a raw-edged, aggressive way that only a stick behind a big V8 can give you. It was great to really work to get that car into the 11s, developing how that car worked best with me. A fun challenge.

I think I miss the stick about one thought in a hundred about it and then I remember the flaws that setup drove into the car that aren't present in the auto setup: The driveline lash, the odd clunk and bang, the wheelhop, the fiddling to get the shifter right, the handling unpredictability and then, I come to my senses and remember how happy I am with the 6R....

That and it looks like I'm diagnosed lately with acute polyarthritis so, my days of clutch pedals and gear-banging MT may be over, at least for a while. My drag bike's gonna sit idle but, I can still punch a go pedal so...it's off to the races (literally) with my automatic.
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I still think the issues were overblown. There were some no doubt but the only people I know that had issues it was their first manual transmission vehicle. With a new bracket the MT-82 feels so much better than the 3650.


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With a fresh rebuild, a 3650 is as smooth and quiet as anything else... Touche

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Old 03-25-2016, 06:05 PM   #121
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I still think the issues were overblown. There were some no doubt but the only people I know that had issues it was their first manual transmission vehicle. With a new bracket the MT-82 feels so much better than the 3650.


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Well, I've been driving stick for 35 years, everything from a Gen 1 Honda Civic to a big rig, racing them, too. I wasn't doing anything when mine let go, no racing, nothing. I had just put the Procal tune on it the day before, after breaking in the motor and, it just up and started whining. Definitely not caused by any missing skill set. Upon disassembly, my diagnosis of a failed input shaft bearing was proved correct. This is a QC issue with the bearing, not a beatdown. Anything that wasn't fragged by the bearing bits looked great in there.

I agree the issue is overblown but, it is an issue, for real, in my case and in many others who this has happened to. There will always be those that can break a steel ball in a sandbox but, I ain't one of them.

For example, I kept a weak 88 world class T5 alive behind a power adder equipped 88 Mustang for 10 years at the dragstrip, on slicks, so, I know how to work around an inadequately strong trans.
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I've blown out my fair share of auto's in the past also from my 5oh t-bird to a 3.8 t bird and a little ranger along with our new at the time 01 Taurus that had only 6500km when she stopped going into reverse, just saying.
Your going to hear negatives from both sides, I've read of some 11 + autos stangs let go also.
My first impression of the auto 3.7 when I test drove it was clumsy and loved to hang when pushed, less then impressed.
It definitely needed a tune!

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VERY rare problems reported with the 6R80. I've only seen one or two, scanning a dozen Mustang boards like I do, compared with the dozens of complaints per site about the MT, if we are honest.

Ford built a car they expect people to be gentle with and leave it stock and they don't want any irritating NVH. So, every thing is set up soft and mushy. People like us make up the minority, even in the Mustang community. We want a performance car out of this thing and if Ford won't put that together, we will ourselves.
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Is there any difference between the 2011 mt82 and the 2014? No problems yet, don't really hammer on it either.
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Peripherally, yes, the clutch is different, that changed in 2012. Skip shift deletion changed the case slightly for 2013. Otherwise internally, no.

It's not a bad transmission. What I believe is the issue with these random failures is that Ford doesn't have direct oversight over the QC of outsourced small parts like bearings and stuff. No price-driven mid level manufacturer can in this globablized economy. If you are BMW or Porsche, you can afford this direct oversight because your customers will pay for it.

The failure of mine was directly due to a QC problem with an outsourced part. It wasn't about "Made in China" or any of the other somewhat xenophobic arguments I've heard made. Now, one isn't much of a data set but, I don't think I am alone.
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Made in China is not xenophobic on my part. A friend of mine I've known since high school has gone over there to inspect the factories. I've seen some pretty ****ed up pictures of "normal" conditions and then some of the places he's found them hiding child workers. Why I no longer buy Chinese if I have the option... Which is not often unfortunately.

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Certainly not denying that or accusing you personally of anything. It's just the speed with which some people latched onto the argument, largely in the absence of any evidence, suggested underlying issues that are in play beyond a realistic appraisal of the situation.

I apologize if I insulted you.
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5LHO, good point about the oversight of the production/assembly process. Is there a name of the Chinese company that actually built these? Do they build them from scratch, or does Ford supply some of the components? I would gladly give up frills, decals, etc for a Stang with a higher quality tranny. All ready looking at the Tremec T56 Magnum XL, just looking.
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There is no way to avoid this. Tremecs are made in Mexico. Nobody makes much in the western world anymore, it just isn't price competitive, due to globalization. This is starting to turn around a bit now, as labour costs are increasing in developing economies, secondary costs of transportation, governement regs and graft are up, currency game-playing is getting noticed, buy local movements are starting to flourish, etc. You'll never get away from the fact that workers in a Chinese factory are paid way less than a US auto worker but, in no way should the US be racing to join the Chinese in the bargain basement of compensation. Gotta get smarter than that.

As I said, it isn't the quality of the trans or the assembly, it was probably a few cents saved per unit on an outsourced part that brought mine down. This is how OEMs think though, particularly in North America. For example, the Coyote is set up for direct injection, straight off the drawing board but, Ford figured it could save a couple hundred a car by using port injection. Et voila, $200 X a million cars, that a lot of cash to boost your bottom line.
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Is there such a thing as a rebuild kit for the mt82?
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Google ben calmer. He's in PA or NJ. He rebuilds them and I've heard very good reviews about his work. Changes the parts that fail with stronger ones. That's where I'm going next time i have a problem. Ford has rebuilt my tranny already. Still notchy and high rev luck out.

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Horrible Ford not fixing it, mines not bad but notchy at times as well, not their best effort with MT82s
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I actually had it grind on me with the clutch fully depressed while shifting into 5th the other day . Not too happy . 65 degrees out and was shifting cautiously


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has a lawyer advised you at all?
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Mine has been good so far but if I have problems I think I'm just going to throw a Tremec Magnum In there and call it done. No remote shifter issues as the shifter is part of the tranny.


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Google ben calmer. He's in PA or NJ. He rebuilds them and I've heard very good reviews about his work. Changes the parts that fail with stronger ones. That's where I'm going next time i have a problem. Ford has rebuilt my tranny already. Still notchy and high rev luck out.

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for my V6 (yea I know) motor mounts are what cured my blocking issues when going from 1 to 2 and 2 to 3 at high rpms. idk if it'll help you but from the pics of your car I doubt you'll mind the extra nvh. not real expensive and although a pita to install it's basic wrenching. I have hints if you do the job.

26K and it shifts better all the time. Mine is still a bit notchy esp in those same transitions and I wish 3rd in mine was geared somewhat slower but that's another conversation
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I installed them when i did my suspension. Just got her back from the alignment shop and haven't given her a good road test yet. Royal PITA to install


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New development - clutch failed!

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Horrible Ford not fixing it, mines not bad but notchy at times as well, not their best effort with MT82s
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*UPDATE 5/20/2016*: The clutch assembly in my 2015 Mustang has now failed at ~8k miles! From what I'm told, the pressure plate/clutch assembly failed and broke. So now it needs a new clutch kit which will cost me ~$1200 total. They won't cover it under warranty, so I would have to pay the cost . This car nightmare just won't end .

My 2015 Mustang is 100% stock, only 15 months old, with 8k miles and used for daily commuting. And, it still has the transmission problems from roughly a week old!

Any advice on this repair? Is the clutch assembly covered under warranty?
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Clutch is a wear part like brake pads. The will typically not cover an item like this as they have no way of knowing why it failed other than to point to your driving habits.
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The stock clutch is pretty worthless, so a higher pressure replacement will help immensely. I have to drive mine very gently ( 60K miles so far ). The transmission itself reminds me of the one I had in my 4 Runner. It's notchy, crude, and you have to pause a bit between shifts to make sure it's in gear before letting the clutch out.

The Blowfish bracket helps, but there are three parts that you need:
1: A transmission mount bracket. Blowfish makes a fine one, but there are several made.
2: A transmission mount insert to stiffen it up.
3: A shifter insert to get rid of the rubber spacer/mount the shifter more directly to the transmission.

When you convert it to all solid mount and there are no wiggly rubber pieces in the middle, the thing is perfect. But it also is a muscle car. Expect it to sound and whine/vibrate like a 70s car. I love the sound myself as it's all mechanical and proper. But some people want isolation pods and complain.

The MT82 is a fine transmission, actually, once you convert it.
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