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Ch613 9 speed shifting but driveshaft not turning


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Tech  BE NICE now 😂

If it is a mack trans it sounds like it is You could have ! A loose trans yoke bolt check that first ! if its tight the trans lid has to come off to check to see that the shift rail bolt has not come loose!  Not a field fix! Chances are the range pack is worn  now eitherway the trans needs the back section off it and repaired and unless you got tools for the job you can't do it inframe Trans has to come out!😒 Wild can take over from here. Poke poke jab😀  don’t worry buddy your not alone!

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23 hours ago, fjh said:

Tech  BE NICE now 😂

If it is a mack trans it sounds like it is You could have ! A loose trans yoke bolt check that first ! if its tight the trans lid has to come off to check to see that the shift rail bolt has not come loose!  Not a field fix! Chances are the range pack is worn  now eitherway the trans needs the back section off it and repaired and unless you got tools for the job you can't do it inframe Trans has to come out!😒 Wild can take over from here. Poke poke jab😀  don’t worry buddy your not alone!

It is an Eaton Fuller 9 speed.

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On a eaton it sounds like a broken syncro pin that has lodged between the syncros keeping the sliding clutch from going in gear.Make sure you have good air to the range cylinder and if so pull back box.If you find a syncro pin broken then look for a drive line virbration.

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