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Post by Bzevey » Wed Mar 18, 2009 11:38 am

Poor tranny RIP :(

Blew up the Tranny Down in Omaha

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my dad got a car dolly and towed it back...he got better gas mileage on the way back to sioux center doing 80 most of the way back pulling the neon :S

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Post by DOHCRT » Wed Mar 18, 2009 5:12 pm

Another diff pin bites the dust. Be sure to upgrade to diff tabs when you get another trans.
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Post by jamieely » Wed Mar 18, 2009 5:43 pm

Where can you buy these buy these tabs?
1995 Highline Coupe SOHC MTX.
DOHC Mopar PCM
e85, 30lb injectors, LM-1, SAFC
Custom CAI, 60mm MPx TB, AMM Box Intake, DOHC pistons, built4race UDP
PT Clutch, 3.94 FD
AF/X LTH, High Flow Cat, Spiral Flow, 2.5" piping, Flowmaster 80 series

P&P Magnum head, Crane springs, Crane 007, AEM 3-bolt cam gear almost ready to bolt on

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Post by robert 'bob' paulson » Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:33 am

jamieely wrote:Where can you buy these buy these tabs?
your local dodge dealer should be able to order them for you or you might be lucky and they'll have them in stock. part number 05134957AA.

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Post by Bzevey » Thu Mar 19, 2009 2:51 am

Mopar P/N 4800059AA

I believe this is what we are looking for

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cool

Post by jamieely » Thu Mar 19, 2009 8:06 am

Thanks for the part number. Mine did this less than a month after I bought it. The guy put another transmission in it. I need to find out what year transmission he put in it. Back to the point, I always took it easy on my tranny after that. That was four years ago and im sure I this would help keep it alive.
1995 Highline Coupe SOHC MTX.
DOHC Mopar PCM
e85, 30lb injectors, LM-1, SAFC
Custom CAI, 60mm MPx TB, AMM Box Intake, DOHC pistons, built4race UDP
PT Clutch, 3.94 FD
AF/X LTH, High Flow Cat, Spiral Flow, 2.5" piping, Flowmaster 80 series

P&P Magnum head, Crane springs, Crane 007, AEM 3-bolt cam gear almost ready to bolt on

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Post by robert 'bob' paulson » Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:14 pm

Bzevey wrote:Mopar P/N 4800059AA

I believe this is what we are looking for
that's the part number for the older style ones that will need trimming when put in.

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Post by Bzevey » Thu Mar 19, 2009 11:41 pm

05134957AA

my bad

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still available?

Post by jamieely » Sat Mar 28, 2009 6:15 am

Are these still available to buy. I buy most of my parts from moparsupercenter and when I search either of the p/n's I get no results found. I tried a lot of other mopar dealers online and nothing. I work third shift and don't get out during the daytime so I dont deal with local dealers much but it looks like I may have to.
1995 Highline Coupe SOHC MTX.
DOHC Mopar PCM
e85, 30lb injectors, LM-1, SAFC
Custom CAI, 60mm MPx TB, AMM Box Intake, DOHC pistons, built4race UDP
PT Clutch, 3.94 FD
AF/X LTH, High Flow Cat, Spiral Flow, 2.5" piping, Flowmaster 80 series

P&P Magnum head, Crane springs, Crane 007, AEM 3-bolt cam gear almost ready to bolt on

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Post by srt4eh » Sat Mar 28, 2009 10:45 am

holy crap
98 Neon R/T, 00 Neon, 06 Jeep GC SRT-8
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Post by jamieely » Sat Mar 28, 2009 3:24 pm

srt4eh wrote:holy crap
LOL, thats exactly what I said when I looked under my hood and seen something similar but it was the top of the tranny.
1995 Highline Coupe SOHC MTX.
DOHC Mopar PCM
e85, 30lb injectors, LM-1, SAFC
Custom CAI, 60mm MPx TB, AMM Box Intake, DOHC pistons, built4race UDP
PT Clutch, 3.94 FD
AF/X LTH, High Flow Cat, Spiral Flow, 2.5" piping, Flowmaster 80 series

P&P Magnum head, Crane springs, Crane 007, AEM 3-bolt cam gear almost ready to bolt on

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Post by Bzevey » Tue Apr 07, 2009 1:31 am

Well I got a tranny in along with a new clutch that and already got the 500 miles of break in done within a weeks time lol

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Post by lweeezy188 » Tue Apr 07, 2009 3:11 pm

what is the best way to break in a clutch?

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Post by mahifish » Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:56 pm

lweeezy188 wrote:what is the best way to break in a clutch?


Rev it up as high as you can without hitting the rev limiter and release the clutch as slow as possible :wink:
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Post by lweeezy188 » Tue Apr 07, 2009 5:14 pm

HAHAHAHA That's what I figured :roll:

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