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1086 transmission problem
I have a 1980 1086 with about 9,000 hours. Recently it has been "popping" out of 2nd gear in high range and locking up the transmission at the gear shift. I removed the floor panel and seat and looked at the linkage. The linkage is fine. I started to play with the gear shift and noticed that when it is put into reverse, the high/low range shaft moves and places it is low range. As a result, when it is taken out of reverse, the gear shift will not move over into the high/low range selection. I therefore removed the gear shift assembly and linkage. I found that when it is put into reverse, there is not resistance for the high/low range shaft, being that there are 3 shafts inside themselves. Has anyone ran into this problem, and what is the solution? Thanks for reading.
|jim||Common problem, you have to remove range trans cover. Couple different ways to go about that. One is to pull aux fuel tank and side cover also or else make a special tool to keep reverse shifter shaft in place when you remove cover. I prefer to remove tank as I feel I can do a more complete job. Your detent mechanism under the cover is worn out or broken.
I am in the process of removing range cover and have run into problem.
I can only raise cover about 1 inch and it feels like something is catching, and have a 3/4 tap under parking brake.
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