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im having a problem high speed jerking personally.
What? Does it spill fluid when its high speed jerking?
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I had the same problem but i told the old lady to speed up and it all went away!
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What? Does it spill fluid when its high speed jerking?
yeah these hot fluids start leaking everywhere its bad.
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yeah these hot fluids start leaking everywhere its bad.
oh god that sounds pretty messy. Don't you put some thing over it to protect it lol. Man this thread went in the other direction fast lol.
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Well i think i need to change the rubber on the joint.
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make sure you dont get those new rubbers cold tho, they tend to break when theyve gotten cold....
















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.....wow the amount of threads like this lately have gone up lol.
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You have to randomize it. Switch from high to low speed then back to high. That will get all the hot fluid out but you will have more hot fluid after about 30 minutes. If that doesn't work then use the "stranger" method.
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Get your mind out of the gutter boys......
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dutch rutter always works too...
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You have to randomize it. Switch from high to low speed then back to high. That will get all the hot fluid out but you will have more hot fluid after about 30 minutes. If that doesn't work then use the "stranger" method.
Or palma handerson knows her way around too.....
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dutch rutter always works too...
dont forget the double dutch rutter..
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dont forget the double dutch rutter..
That just sounds mean
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Yeah well you need it so you dont grind gears when popping it in and out.
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How about the Alaskain Oil Spill :)
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How about the Alaskain Oil Spill :)
Wow lol
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How about the Alaskain Oil Spill :)
That is dangerous to wildlife my friend.
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Back on topic..

Sounds to me like it only happens when the TQ convertor is in lockup. So.. it very will might be an engine miss and not something in the tranny or other parts of the drivetrain.

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interesting..........
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Lock up?
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