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Old 07-13-2014, 10:49 PM
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Default 95' a670 3-speed has drive in all gears.

My 95' A670 3-speed transmission has drive in all gears including park, reverse and neutral. I just put a full rebuild kit (minus valve body) in it and I am pretty sure I adjusted everything to the specs necessary. There was a decent amount of metal in the pan when I took it apart. It was from the clutches being completely gone and rings rubbing together. Not sure what's going on.
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Something is bunged up in the shift linkage, either externally, or internally..... if everything on the outside looks good, time to drop the pan, and have a look.

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Something is bunged up in the shift linkage, either externally, or internally..... if everything on the outside looks good, time to drop the pan, and have a look.

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Took off the pan last night linkage looks good. I'm think perhaps the forward gear cluster piston is not working properly possible stuck??
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Probably wouldn't hurt to post up in the forum appropriate for what it is you are driving. Someone there may have more of a clue for your specific trans.

I would wonder if something in the trans wasn't binding......
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