Please help me rid of this notchy shifting

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Re: Please help me rid of this notchy shifting

Postby lalojamesliz1 » Thu Feb 20, 2020 11:58 pm

Magroo wrote:Did you ever check your "sugar cube"?


Check to see if its worn and just rotate it 90* if it is. This is what mine looked like before I rotated it.


Yeah. It looked great before I installed the trans and it looks the same.
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91 Celica all-trac gen3 swap (small-med $$$ sponge)
69 mustang 408w (large $$$ sponge)
08 sequoia 5.7L
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Re: Please help me rid of this notchy shifting

Postby lalojamesliz1 » Wed Feb 26, 2020 2:10 am

I got my Toyota super oil today but by the time I started it was too late for me to finish draining the trans. One of the lines to the cooler has a small leak so I wanted to see how much came out of the trans. I have a gallon container of redline mt-90 so I drained that into something else and drained the trans fluid into that gallon
It filled completely to the top with draining both of the plugs beforethey both stated to just drip once every couple seconds. . I'm letting it drip overnight and I'll fill it tomorrow. I'll post a picture of the fluid that's coming out of my trans.
91 Celica all-trac gen3 swap (small-med $$$ sponge)
69 mustang 408w (large $$$ sponge)
08 sequoia 5.7L
14 avalon
02 taco dbl cab V6 turd
and a 2 car garage :shoots:
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Joined: Sun Jul 23, 2017 3:03 pm
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