Re: [DMCForum] Bearing and Transmission questions, partially forMartin G
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Re: [DMCForum] Bearing and Transmission questions, partially forMartin G:



Sorry, Rich, I've not been following this too closely, but have you
replaced the wheel bearings already?

These trannys are very strong - but we all know about the roll pin on
the second gear selector fork, that's down to the DeLorean linkage, but
otherwise, yes, as long as it's got oil in it, you can expect it to live
as long as the car. Unless you've got bad habits when changing gear :-)

Martin



cruznmd wrote:

>Did I just guess the wrong side? Is the differential in the tranny
>about to die? Martin, you said these tranmissions were bullet-proof.
>On a low-mileage car, how likely is this? I changed the gear oil. It
>was full, but the fluid was old. I saw no metal particles. Have you
>seen one of these units die? What happend?
>
>I've driven with the doors open, I've spun the wheels by hand. It
>won't do it by hand. Not enough load on the bearing I think, to make
>the noise.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Rich A.
>#5335
>
>

>



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