1996 Dodge Ram 1500 Clutch/Transmission Problem
June 18, 2014 - Author: BartBarton
I have a Dodge 1/2 ton pickup 2WD
Question: On mornings that its cool outside and only for about the first 10 minutes of driving, it grinds or feels like its catches going from 1st to 2nd.
Answer: Sounds like a clutch problem or possibly hydraulics issue, we suggest that in the morning pump the clutch 10 times prior to trying to drive the vehicle..
If all is ok then we suggest you start by replacing your slave cylinder. You can see the other clutch components we can provide for your dodge on our site.
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1997 Oldsmobile LSS need Rebuilt Automatic 4T60E
June 17, 2014 - Author: BartBarton
I have a 1997 Oldsmobile model LSS.
Question: Just looking for pricing and availability for the moment. Have ’97 Olds LSS 3.8L (3800) non – supercharged 4T60E w/vacuum modulator. Please included a core charge may not have the option of keeping the car on the hoist while existing tranny is being rebuilt. Able to return core after swap. Thank you.
Answer: We can remove, rebuild and replace your 4T60E transmission in you 1997 Oldsmobile LSS.
This effort would be accomplished in our location at Maple Grove MN. The estimated cost for this transmission rebuild is $1995.00, plus fluid. This unit will have a 3 year 100,000 mile warranty. Having this work accomplished in our shop removes need for outlay of cash for core deposit.
Stop by our Proven Force location at 11071 93rd Avenue N Suite N, Maple Grove MN 55369 ask for Lance he can help you. You can see the other automatic transmission we can provide on our site.
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1995 Ford F150 need flange yoke
June 16, 2014 - Author: BartBarton
I have a 1995 Ford F150 5.0L Automatic 4WD
Question: The VIN is 1FTEX14N4SKC09682, Axle Code S832J, 3.31 Ratio, 8.8” Ring Gear I am looking for the flange yoke were the one piece drive shaft mate the the rear axle yoke. The flange yoke has 4 bolts and is bolted to a mating flange on the axle. I want to replace the flange yoke, flange bolts and the universal joints on the front an rear of the drive shaft. I want the best parts you carry. I can send you a photo of the connection if needed. Can you supply the parts I need?
Answer We can provide part number PF3302-1369 your cost is $29.33 as long as you have a 2 inch Pilot to mate up with pinion flange, we unable to supply bolt or hardware.
We can provide the two ujoints you wil need order part number PF5-130x $24.13 each plus S&H. Give James a call at 800-444-0755 he can help you.
You can see the other drivelines we can provide on our site.
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Buick Rivera 1964 driveline vibration
June 4, 2014 - Author: BartBarton
I have a 1964 Buick Rivera with the 425 engine automatic.
Question: It has a driveline vibration which starts as I accelerate is worst at 30 mph to 50 mph then dissipates at higher speed. I have had the driveshaft balanced and it had no effect. Tires are new. Universals seem good. Can you give me any advice as to what might be causing the vibration?
Answer: We think your drive shaft is a two piece unit with a CV style ujoint in the center and rear. From you description of the problem we would suspect that your center bearing is worn out or you possibly have a broken transmission mount.
The center bearing is our part number PFPT3R80-10 you can see it in the image, rubber is probably gone bad. If the center bearing is worn out give Lance or James a call at 800-444-0755 they can help you with a replacement.
You can see the center bearings we off on our site at: http://www.provenforce.com/center_bearing/gm_chevyi_center_bearing.html#
If its not the center bearing you should consider sending the driveshaft complete (both halves) to us for checkout, we will provide an estimate to repair.
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