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post #1 of 11 Old 07-26-2012, 08:02 PM Thread Starter
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No gears... No move...

Hey guys, I have a early 99 auto. My trans has worked great with no issues sense I've bought truck. ( 17,000 miles ago) truck has 190,xxx. Anyways I was pulling onto the highway and went to step on it and there was a loud pop and that was all she wrote. No reverse no forward gears.. nothing. I took down pan and there were minimal shavings. I'm at a loss. Any advice/info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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In for info. Same chit happened to mine. 208k miles.

Got it towed to our drop yard and will look at in am. Meanwhile I will search to see any common problems.

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Same thing happened to me today after I just got done doing my front end conversion. Although I did have a pop just won't go in gear. It one I shut the truck off it works fine. I'm stumped with my issue as well

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Trans is out digging into it tomorrow.
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A bang or pop would likely be a broken part. I would guess the input shaft or internal torque converter.

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Splines on the input shaft is what A local shop told me so Im bettin your right. As long as its out it's getting a full rebuild either way.
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intermediate shaft snapped or splines in the drum stripped out both happened to me
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It was the splines in the drum... Pry a good thing it happened this trans was roached.
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Hey Im dealing with kinda the same issues. However someone else had my truck on the beach when all this happened. They said no pop or other noise, just all the gears stopped meaning no forward or reverse.

I got into it yesterday. Drained fluid out of both the tcase and tranny, nothing burnt and no shavings or metal. The shift motor worked fine. The trans case worked in 2wd, 4x4 hi and 4x4lo. So I pulled the tcase off and started the truck, when in gear (drive and reverse) the output shaft didnt turn until my help started adding rpm's and then I could grab the shaft and stop it from turning. I put the tcase back on and started it again, tailshaft coming out of the tcase would not turn in gear until rpm's were added again and i could stop it with my hand and hold it from turning up to 2000 rpms.

Torque converter or tranny????

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Good info... I'm dropping transmission tommorrow. Hopefully its something easy. LOL.

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