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Old 10-24-2007, 06:18 AM
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Need I.D. help for replacement trans.

I'm pretty sure my transmission is toasted. Been having problems with it, and did a fluid and filter change yesterday and man was it UGLY. When I went to the parts house for a filter (luckily I decided to do the dissassembly first) I told the guy I had a '99 2WD, dually, PSD. He came back with the filter and it was the wrong one, COMPLETELY DIFFERENT SHAPE. So he goes and gets another, and its the right shape, but the bottom pick up tube isn't long enough. He says that's the only ones for the 2wd. He goes and gets a 4WD trans filter, I open it and sure enough it's the right one, with the 2 inch pick up tube on the bottom of the filter.

My question is: What is my transmission? Or did someone a long the line put the wrong filter in it? I checked it when I put the pan back up and the pick up tube isn't bottoming out on the pan.

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Old 10-24-2007, 10:43 AM
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Someone along the line probably put the wrong one in. And if the pick up tube was bottomed out on the pan then it wouldn't pick up the fluid would it?
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Someone along the line probably put the wrong one in. And if the pick up tube was bottomed out on the pan then it wouldn't pick up the fluid would it?
No I wouldn't imagine it would, at least not very much. Is this a 4R100 trans?
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Bump. Anybody else???
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Sounds like it, its possible it also could be E4OD I think.
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Old 11-25-2007, 03:09 PM
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4R100 units are 98 and up. Some 2wd have the deep pan. If your pan has a hump in the middle then it takes the 4x4 style filter. I rebuild quite a lot of these . If you would like a quote on getting it rebuilt feel free to give me a call . Thanks, Chad 352-455-5543

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Yeah...Thanks anyway but being in CA where JOHN WOOD TRANSMISSION is, I wouldn't ship it to FLORIDA!

That would be totally
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4r100. I'm willing to bet there was a problem at the parts store.
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4r100. I'm willing to bet there was a problem at the parts store.
LUCILLY I dropped the pan first to get a look at the filter, and sure enough when I went in they tried to give me the right, but wrong one!
"this is what it calls for" BUT THAT'S NOT WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE! So the GUMBY opened a box with a 4X4 filter in it...THAT'S THE ONE! "But it's for a 4X4!
I don't care if it's for a go cart, that's the one now give it to me!
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LUCILLY I dropped the pan first to get a look at the filter, and sure enough when I went in they tried to give me the right, but wrong one!
"this is what it calls for" BUT THAT'S NOT WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE! So the GUMBY opened a box with a 4X4 filter in it...THAT'S THE ONE! "But it's for a 4X4!
I don't care if it's for a go cart, that's the one now give it to me!
Now I want a powerstroke go kart.

Thanks a lot!
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