Hi I have a 1989 dodge d 250 2 wheel drive with the 4 speed

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Asked by May 16, 2018 at 02:03 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi I have a 1989 dodge D 250 2 wheel drive with the 4
speed trans. First I was driving and heard a small pop
automatically I thought it was either my clutch or my
training but as I  Broke it down the clutch is fine and it still
shifts fine what could this be tour converter Arthu broke it
down clutch is fine and it still shifts fine no  Metal
shavings anywhere so what could this be torque converter
R throw out barring r is it something else thanks in
advance

16 Answers

5,620

If it's a manual shift it does not have a torque converter,those are in automatic transmissions,Why did you tear it down?

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I tore it down because I thought it was the clutch but clutch still has 80% life left there r no metal shavings and it shifts smooth still

5,620

Did the pedal go to the floor? was it slipping so bad when you let it out it didn't move? could you not shift?

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Yes peddles go to the floor and come right back up and ya it’s slipping so bad it doesn’t move at all and yes it still shifts smooth in all gears I broke it down because I thought my clutch went out but clutch is good and no burnt fluids came out of the transmissio and there was no metal shavings

5,620

The clutch can't be good if it slips and vehicle will not move.

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See that’s y I thought it was the clutch but I changed the clutch out and it starts right up gos into all gears but still won’t budj so could this be the throw out beering

109,615

No. If the clutch is properly installed and the car won't move there is a transmission or rear axle issue.

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How do I no if it’s the transmission if the fluids were clean and we’re not burnt and no metal shavings but good possibility it could have been the axel

109,615

When you put it into gear does the driveshaft turn? Be safe!

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No doesn’t spin

5,620

Then there's something going on between the clutch and drive shaft.Do you hear any noise from the transmission?

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No noise it’s not engaging

5,620

If the trans. is not turning at all there's a problem with the clutch.

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109,615

It is the clutch or the transmission. I suggest you have someone that knows cars look at it.

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5,620

That's a good idea.

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Thank u i shall let u no wat it is

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