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Looks like the case around mikes servo broke.

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damn dude
 

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Never seen it before. Looks like a very recent break because its still clean. Looks like it could have been pryed on if someone changed the servos.
 

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yep. that happened to me too. The truck shifted like a banshee and all of the sudden it would not shift to 4th gear.
 

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what caused it is one of the c-rings weren't seated properly and the pressure blew the case
 

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what caused it is one of the c-rings weren't seated properly and the pressure blew the case
:word: That's exactly what happened.


And that means.. holy fuck.

A new transmission. :insane:
 

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and that would be why i take mine to professionals.
 

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Incorrect install to blame, nothing more.
 

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Incorrect install to blame, nothing more.
What I dont understand is why it took at minimum 5-8k miles to happen. Everything went in fine...drove for 1k miles, checked again, nothing out of line....then only doing 15 miles an hour not more then 2 minutes after the truck had been started (cold temps) it built enough pressure to blow this hard.
 

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Doesn't look like the c-clip was fully seated.
 
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