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tranny back on all new in side and out <ALL that is needed> but now when you put it in 1st and the clutch is in it starts to go<roll> I did it all by the book can some one tell me where i fucked
 

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zrowcool said:
That'll happen! Maybe you should check your brake intake manifold gasket. Most people overlook that when changing a tranny.
well i did,can u show me what that looks like,didnt say any thing in the book
 

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have you adjusted the clutch? if it's cable you have to make it tighter. if its hydraulic you have to bleed.
 

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is it a hydro tranny?? i just bled a truck last nite that was hydro... and while i was bleeding it, the boot busted (all over me too. it sucked). maybe that is it??
 

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Richie_A_19 said:
is it a hydro tranny?? i just bled a truck last nite that was hydro... and while i was bleeding it, the boot busted (all over me too. it sucked). maybe that is it??
what boot, and its a hydro and i bled it just like in the book
 

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Richie_A_19 said:
the boot right at the fork...... where you bled it. that one. or you have a bad slave cylinder.
ok well it looks ok the top one <thats hidding slave cylinder> and the one on the slave cylinder too
 

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one of the springs could have come loose when you put the clutch in...
 
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