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Unread 05-17-2013, 05:44 AM   #1
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1986 CJ7 
Join Date: Feb 2013
Location: Iuka, Mississippi
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Transmission help needed !

I have a t999, I changed the filter and adjusted the bands about 3 weeks ago. It seemed to have help a lot. Did not have no slippage and seemed to have more power at the rear wheels. Then the other day it started to leak fluid around the pan due to some of the bolts backing out. I picked up a new gasket, dropped the pan and replaced it and added some loctite to the bolts. Filled the transmission with fluid. When I went to back it out it slipped a little, then when I went to drive it pulled enough to give a slight jerking and now there is no difference in neutral and drive. I figure it's shoot so my main question is would it be better to rebuild that transmission ( if so any upgrades need to do) or change it out with another model?

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