1995 mustang gt...
first off ill introduce myself by saying im new to the mustang world, i had always wanted an original mustang and still hope to get one some day, but for now i have a 1995 5.0 with the t5 manual tranny. it has 79,000 miles and i got it on a trade for my 2003 gsxr750 that was clean as hell (trust me i never wanted to get rid of my bike but the parents made me after i got hit by a car on another motorcycle i had). i have always been big in jeeps and currently have a 1999 wrangler lifted 6 inches on 36s that i dd and the mustang is my weekend cruiser and fun toy.
the other day i was in a little bit of a hurry when i went to leave a buddies house and while in reverse gave it a little too much gas then what i intended tohttp://www.allfordmustangs.com/forum...ilies/nono.gif the car started to shake and studder then popped out of reverse. i got it home, noticing that on the way home the tranny wouldnt go into 1st gear with the clutch in unless the car was at a complete stop, when i went to back it into my spot in the driveway i put it in reverse and started to let the clutch out and in started to clunk and grind and wouldnt move, i quickly put the clutch in and all the noise stopped. now anytime i try to go in reverse it makes really bad clunking noises. :facepalm: :banghead:
I am wondering what is going to need to be done to fix this, i read that the T5 doesnt have syncros for reverse so im wondering if a rebuild kit with syncros will even help at all or if i am going to have to buy a new/rebuilt tranny all together. i am relativley mechanicly inclined so tearing the tranny out and rebuilding wont be too far out of my leagur, i just want to know what parts i am going to need to buy and where to get them to get my toy back on the road. thanks
Have you checked your shif linkage. Sounds like its bent, broke, or misaligned somehow.
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