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Old 04-15-2011, 09:48 AM
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Default Drive Train Failure

Last night I'm driving along fine, shift into 4th and the engine rev as if its out of gear. Clutch feals normal, no noises, shifts into all gears but no power to the ground in any gear. Looked under it briefly and saw no busted joints or leaks. I'm leaning toward something in the clutch assembly but don't want to tear it open for nuthin. Any ideas?
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Old 04-18-2011, 08:48 AM
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Default Re: Drive Train Failure

Looked at it this weekend when it briefly quit raining. Its definately not the clutch. The Trany input spins normall but the t-case out put doens't move. Is theer a way to tell if its the tranny or the t-case without separating? I know it will become obvious when I start to tear down but I'd like to start locating as replacement now instead of waiting till I can get it apart.
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