Com is displayed with the owners permission Mopar, Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Jeep, Eagle, and the Pentastar emblem are registered trademarks of the Chrysler Corporation. Chrysler Corporation in no way endorses or is affiliated with this site. What did they use back then? Some more info on what exactly it is would be useful. I'd certainly like to find a remidy to this too, as it's pretty embarrasing sitting at a stoplight and your car sounds all rickety. I've had opportunities to learn both crafts and was never interested. No noise present with your friend's gearbox could only point to a problem with your original gearbox and rebuilt gearbox.
It's one to incurr a shift quality penalty to rid a constant noise, but something much different to incurr the same penalty to quell a noise that in only significant when something else is misadjusted. If you use a thick heavy dual mass flywheel it will be quiet. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The box is physically smaller than one would expect, and problems like the weak 1-2 synchro assembly made for frustrating results. You have nothing to worry about.
Contact us for current price and availability. If the vehicle is not making any noise when trying to verify the condition, it can be induced by making several tight left hand circles with the vehicle at normal operating temperature. Extremely grateful for all advice from site members Hi, Gazzol is right. Changing to a heavier viscosity lube may quiet things down at the expense of additional friction and sluggish operation and is rarely a substitute for worn or missing metal. It won't hurt anything to go thicker. I have used him for years and all has been good havent had a e28 5spd done in many years so dont know the price. If you have ever heard a large 18 wheeler idle in neutral you would have likely heard a loud metal rattling sound as well.
Just be sure to use something compatible with brass syncro rings , thrust washers as extreme pressure lubes differential gear lube contain sulfur can leach zinc from the brass. I would try it myself, but my trans doesn't rattle and I think it's the wrong trans anyways. This is part 1, part 2 has not been posted yet. Repair for Noise 2 Do not attempt to repair this noise. Must just be poor tolerances at the build factory or something. This box was therefore rejected and the next one was better but still had the characteristic noise. Maybe I'll just replace the fluids to see if it quiets down a bit, hopefully it'll buy me some time to research more.
Carbon and molybdenum are extremely durable friction surfaces that remain stable even under extreme heat. The heavy oil really quiets the transmission down. Com, All Rights Reserved Any content that is not property of RamchargerCentral. Given that a well cared for stock transmission is that robust, I don't see good reason to spring for upgrades, though I'm sure there's some that could be made. Getrag does, because it is a transmission company based out of Germany See they built the Getrags in a Muncie plant, though. Questions for you guys: 1. I really like this bike, and want to keep it for a long time.
I'll let you know how it goes Tuesday. That was recommended for my grp. The Getrag F23 is a three-axis conventional transverse 5-speed manual transaxle with fully synchronized reverse gear. Car sounds like a diesel Yugo coming towards you. Applications Final Drive 1 2 3 4 5 R 3. When one fails, the metallic asteroids have a way of promoting additional wear in other area of the transmission. So I'm stopping by the local shop tomorrow morning to throw some more fluid in it.
With the tranny out, I figured that it would be a good time to drain and refill the transmission fluid. The full synthetic gear oil makes a difference too. Just something to think about. What's the heaviest oil I can safely use? The previous owners ran Mobil1 in the transmission. Of course, most of the design criteria are still relevant, but the two versions of the 5sp discussed there are much closer to one another than either of them is to our now actually all models 6 speeds.
The whining presents itself when under way, even louder when I shift gears, almost like the synchros are going. In the gear display, it has 20% added. While some weepage is pretty normal -- I've yet to be under one of these with more than 50k that doesn't have some grease on it -- if you are leaving fluid on the ground, then you need to get in there and fix the seals. I don't know what blend that fluid actually is, but it doesn't match what the Wikipedia article says. The goal was to get lubrication to the area of the tranny that was making the noise, even if it meant overfilling slightly. Anyway, I don't know what they did, but what you reported makes a lot of sense to me. Probably wouldn't be driving a Fiero when it's that cold, but if you are and If it's stiff and you don't like it, then just change back to synchromesh.
If you're running synchromesh already, you don't need the additives, as synchromesh blends already include the additives you'd be adding. It is such a versatile 5 speed manual transmission that it has become a very popular replacement in hot rods, older cars and trucks. My E90 was purchased brand new and has the noise as do many other E90's. While the noise is occurring, if you press lightly on the clutch pedal without releasing the clutch, the noise will be reduced or eliminated. In this arena, my 69 Chevy has more refinement than my e30.