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Old 04-28-2005, 12:30 AM
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Transmision shot?

I was driving today, and when the car downshifted, it made a clunk noise. After coming to a stop, and trying to drive the car, the car wouldn't really go anywhere. I was close to home and drove it home. When going down slightly inclined streets,slowly, the transmission shifted o.k, but when trying to accelerate, or going up a hill, Its like it completely disengages. When I got home, I put my foot on the brake, and gave a little gas, it slipped and made a few clunk noises. What do we have????

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Old 04-28-2005, 12:59 AM
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After searching the forum some more I found some links about the b2 piston. I would buy one but its 100 bucks, so I want to be some what sure that that is the problem. I do have a reverse, and it was fuctioning correctly, and it slips just like the b2 sympoms, but what about the metal clunking noise??

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