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Old 05-08-2011, 12:33 AM
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96 F250 TRANNY ISSUE PLS HELP

HEY FELLAS I HAVE 96 F250 XLT 4X4 W/ 460 & E40D, HAD THE TRANNY START LEAKING FROM UNDER THE BELL HOUSING THRU DUST CAP WAS STEADY DRIPPIN I DROVE DIRECTLY TO MY MECHANIC, WE PUT 4 QTS FLUID IN IT AND STILL WAS LOW BUT IT SLOWLY STOPPED DRIPPIN I FILLED IT I THINK IT TOOK ANOTHER 2 QTS AND IT HASN'T DRIPPED A DROP SINCE. WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED AND WHY??? IT DOESN'T FEEL REAL STRONG MAKES A KIND OF WHINNY RATTLING NOISE WHEN U GET ON IT, THE PREVIOUS OWNER USED TO HAUL A LARGE SLIDE IN CAMPER TO UP STATE NY FROM FL. ANY WORDS OF WISDOM TO WHAT IS GOING ON WITH IT WOULD BE GREAT CUZ I HAVE SOME TRAILERS THAT I INTENDED TO HAUL W/ THIS TRUCK BUT I'M AFRAID I MAY NEED A REBUILD, LET ME KNOW WHAT U THINK. THANX

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Old 05-08-2011, 02:12 AM
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if its makin noise and leaking randomly, it might be better to replace or rebuild if you can afford it now. beats being stranded with a load and kicking yourself for not fixing it when it started going wonky.

id probably wait and get screwed but im not good at doing the right thing.
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Old 05-08-2011, 11:06 AM
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yeah i fall into the same catagory, why do something today you can put off til tomorrow! there always seems to be something more important to spend that extra money on, ya know. still can't figure why it can pour out several qts of fluid then just stop leakin. i mean this thing does not drip one drop! go figure????
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