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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-28-2010 04:06 PM
aelwero
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Originally Posted by repoman100 View Post
ahahhahaa I wish that would have happened to my old car so i would have gotten a JK earlier
09-28-2010 02:46 PM
repoman100
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Originally Posted by clear lake jeepn View Post
Man...that tranny is going to dropping out and exploding on the highway any second now!! Just kidding ya..I hope!
ahahhahaa I wish that would have happened to my old car so i would have gotten a JK earlier
09-28-2010 01:29 PM
clear lake jeepn Man...that tranny is going to dropping out and exploding on the highway any second now!! Just kidding ya..I hope!
09-28-2010 01:18 PM
repoman100 are your jeeps shaky noisy as well from the interior ? (only noticable without music and windows closed)
09-28-2010 01:18 PM
repoman100 thanks for the assurance !

I was paranoying as ever since i took it on bumpy trails everything inside seems to be shaking (dash, key insert, speaker cover) including the shiftstick so i thought it might have been related.
09-28-2010 12:12 PM
kik It won't be a problem at all. Just don't do it as a steady diet.
09-28-2010 11:55 AM
jeffk42 A little mistake here and there isn't going to do any damage. The grinding noise is just your transmission saying "No."

I do it on my Eclipse every so often, maybe every four months or so. Since the shifter is a really short throw, sometimes I'm not really paying attention and I'll start to move into gear before I've reached the disengage threshold on the clutch and I'll grind a little. Embarrassing, sure.
09-28-2010 11:54 AM
tysalem Basically you just grinded the gears a little. I have done it once or twice by letting the clutch out a little too soon before it was fully in gear. I think as log as you don't do it too often you should be fine.
09-28-2010 11:44 AM
repoman100
grinding noise

Hi all,

dont ask how, but I have accidentally mistaken the reverse gear with the 6th gear with my manual trani because the move to engage it is similar, I guess in my own bubble enjoying my ride on the freeway.... anywho, I heard a grinding noise before I realized what the hell I just did...

do you think I seriously damaged my trani or is the parts made really tough that once won't do any damage ?

Thanks !

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