Center Carrier bearings and where did reverse go?
shawn.manny at gmail.com
Tue Aug 30 08:11:40 EDT 2005
Thanks everyone, I will keep ya posted after I work on 'er tomorrow. I
checked everything visible from the engine bay and it was all solid and
accounted for. I need to put it up to check more in depth.
On 8/29/05, Tony Hoffman <tfh400036 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> The CE's were only in '86. They had a red leather interior.
> Anyhow, very common. Check the linkage where it goes into the trans.
> There is a cast iron piece about 2" tall, with a ball type joint cast into
> it. It quite often gets play in it. It is about $45 last time I checked. If
> not, check it's mounting screw I believe 10mm. It's right in the side. I'd
> probably go out there with some carb cleaner also, it's usually pretty
> covered in grease. If that's not it, you may have to pull the linkage out of
> the spline right above the center diff. when you slide it back in, realign
> it and slide it back in. Trial and error will eventually get it.
> Tony Hoffman
> Screaming deal, BTW. Wish those were a little more common here in LAs
> Vegas :)
> *Shawn Manny <shawn.manny at gmail.com>* wrote:
> Just picked up an 87 4kq CS Commemorative edition (the all white ones
> with white wheels) for $100
> Got the car all finished up went to back out of my drive way and
> instead drove squarely into the fron of my race car...scratches
> head....no reverse to be found. Is there a common linkeage that comes
> undone or how.what do I check. The bentley is no good here at all
> unless I want to disasemble the tranny...Im not going that far.
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