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Exclamation Tranny service- Please tell me all this junk on the magnet is normal!

Dropped the pan and was really hoping for better. What do you think? Click picture for full size image.


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Anybody? I would like to have some un biased opinions before i head to the tranny shop in the morning.
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No pic. Maybe now?



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Idk.
Basically, it should look like paste. No big chunks that are noticeable really.



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How often has it been maintained, otherwize looks normal for high milage. How is it shifting/working overall.
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I have just over 100,000 on my '95 and dropped the trans pan the other week. Thats almost exactly how mine looked also.The previouse owner was a goosneck trlr hauler so I figured I should check the trans. I cleaned it all up good, flushed it out and hav'nt had and issues with it.

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looks like normal wear of the plate material to Me

they have to wear a little in their normal process of engagement


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How often has it been maintained, otherwize looks normal for high milage. How is it shifting/working overall.
The only problems are sometimes it doesn't go into reverse. It will just sit there like its in neutral. If i rev it up it will jump into reverse for a second then it acts like its in neutral again. It only does this sometimes. Maybe only when the fluid is hot.

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