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I need help figuring out a noise that's driving me crazy. First a little history. I have an 83 CJ7. 4.2 and T4. I bought it about 5 years ago and have been restoring it since. I have done a frame off and replaced almost everything (ujoints, bearings ball joints etc.) It has a new bds 2.5 lift and m.o.r.e shackles that give it another 1/2". When i bought it she ran and shifted pretty good. Its been 5 years but im confident i did not hear any noise in the transmission before. The only thing i did to the T4 was clean it up and changed the bearing retainer with a steel one beacuse the old aluminum one was galled. I got it all back together and running good but it has a noise. The driveshaft angle is too steep so i thought maybe that had something to do with it. I tried driving around with just the front shaft in and it still made the noise. I'm going to get a double cardan shaft for it after I figure this out. It only does it with the clutch pedal depressed and the transmission in neutral while coasting. Can also hear it between gears when shifting. I took the transmission to a reputable guy who rebuilt it with all new bearings and brass synchros. I put it back and noise is still there. It really sounds like it's coming from the transmission or in the bell housing. It also has new Luk clutch, pressure plate, throw out bearing and flywheel. After only a few miles of driving it around the block there is small metal flakes in the oil. I know some is normal but that fast? Any help is greatly appreciated. Below is YouTube video of the noise.
well its 1 thing after another lately the t5 jut spat 3rd gear today so ill be doing some research on a better alternative i still want an overdrive box so probably wont go back to the original t176 4spd i think an ax15 might be ok but ill keep looking to see whats available & strong enough cheers ian
So I did a trans service on my 1997 TJ. Filter new oil etc. I noticed a leak in one of the lines going to the radiator. I bought a kit on ebay. Hosses, lines and hardware, im really not looking forward to messing with the lines on the trans. The leak is further teard the rad along the frame. So my thinking is to cut the lines up to the bad part and put the new lines via brass fittings. That would be so much easier. My delema? I dont know and cant find anywhere the size of the lined so I can buy fittings beforehand. Can anyone help me with this or has anyone ever changed the lines on the trans without having to waste a whole day!? After the second service in 3 mos. and a adj on bands the trans is shifting very well hopefully it will last. Any help on the line size or what im getting into if I bother with lines on tran would be very helpfull. Thx guys... bigwheel53