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Old 08-14-2010, 01:09 AM
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Default Isuzu transmission help?

Anyone know anything about Isuzu transmissions and want to help a lady in need?

Apparently a friend of the 's bought a "new" to her Isuzu that almost immediately developed a problem with the transmission. I don't know any of the specifics like whether we are talking about a manual or automatic or even what the symptoms are. But the hinted to the lady that I might know someone that could help

The other slight "problem" is apparently this lady has little to no money to boot

I'll try to get more specifics but if anyone knows Isuzu transmissions and might be able to help please shoot me a PM. It might be something simple like it is low of fluid to something that makes you go
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Old 08-16-2010, 09:29 PM
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They pump fluid from the tcase into the tranny and burn up the tcase.
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Old 08-17-2010, 04:28 PM
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Shop is telling her she needs a new transmission

Given her situation she may have to junk the truck and do something else...What, I'm not sure...
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'97 LX450 - aka "The Whale"
'97 FZJ80 Antique Sage AE #267, stock
12/74 FJ40, 2F, SM420, 4" Lift, ARBs, 33" MTRs

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"...anything else i can do for you guys, how about i wash your car or mow your lawn while you figure out your firewall system? I am now boarderline insane/unibomber." Kipper

"That assumes I'm even capable of pulling and stabbing..." Jacket

"I really like having a detachable unit." Beater
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Old 08-17-2010, 09:41 PM
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The tranny and tcase are/were inseprable.
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Old 08-18-2010, 12:54 AM
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Thanks Farnham
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'97 LX450 - aka "The Whale"
'97 FZJ80 Antique Sage AE #267, stock
12/74 FJ40, 2F, SM420, 4" Lift, ARBs, 33" MTRs

:

"...anything else i can do for you guys, how about i wash your car or mow your lawn while you figure out your firewall system? I am now boarderline insane/unibomber." Kipper

"That assumes I'm even capable of pulling and stabbing..." Jacket

"I really like having a detachable unit." Beater
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