The dip stick on my transmission came loose from the cap and has disappeared down the tube and I can't retrieve it. I tightened the nut and stopped the leak. Have had some overheating of the radiator and transmission got over 220 degrees at the same time. If you are draining the fluid make sure it is at operating temperature, between 160 to 200 degrees, it's recommended and it will drain quicker, it's also hot on the skin! As always when working under a coach, be sure you have safety stands in place before going under the coach. Install filters to filter covers. I developed that fluid and specification over many years and tested it in city transit buses and garbage trucks. If you were to use a socket with a long handle you can easily over-torque and therefore strip bolt holes.
. Remains in the selected broadcast, monitors signal a change of direction. I took it to our local cat dealer who was able to clean all the other components but radiator was to far gone I plan on adding a cooler and new synethic fluid before my next trip. Gently remove the dip stick tube only one bolt secures it. Is the transmission duty cycle severe? If you do add a transmission cooler, I would install it before the in-radiator cooler and perhaps cover it in the winter. Uses standard value pressing the pedal P2184 Low voltage temperature sensor signal coolant Off.
Any problems with what I did? Clean Gasket and Remove O-rings. If the fluid shows bad, I'll advise you on what to do next. Use whatever new O-rings match the old O-rings, there may be extra new parts. Quisque sit amet est et sapien ullamcorper pharetra. See product details for list.
On our units it should take 14 quarts. I found a great place to put it in the right rear of the coach. All Allison transmission information is all found online:. Big Filter Store Phone, Fax and Text: 866-695-0109. The dip stick on my transmission came loose from the cap and has disappeared down the tube and I can't retrieve it. I will implement your advice.
Allison has a service interval calculator right on their website. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Did you figure out your problem? For information on transmission shifter functions. I have a 2005 lly and I just did a fluid change with external filter only. I agree a cover makes sense. I am unable to find exactly what fluid I need to us.
Clean that area of the transmission very well so no dirt will fall into the transmission when the dip stick tube is removed. There are two pair of round looking of a cross section of the O ring O-rings and some square ones which are called square cuts. Big Filter Store is not responsible for failures resulting from misuse, faulty installation, alteration, neglect, or accident. Let me know if you need my help. Moreover, I haven't been able to find out how often I need to have the transmission serviced.
I want to add a transmission cooler to system. Part numbers and names are used for cross reference only. Only neutral, back and second gear. When I changed the spin-on filter on my 2008 Workhorse with Allison tranmission at 6000 miles, I went to a Workhorse recommended Chevy dealer for the fluid and filter. The second thing I would like to ask is will your analysis tell me if I have TranSynd fluid? We've had the coach since mid April and it's pretty much been in the shop for repairs since. Is there any reason to think going to synthetic triggered this and should I : a. Part number is Allison - Kit, Filter 29526899.
Should I be worried about this sample? Unit has a total of 72000 miles at present. Thanks in advance for the response. Sample the transmission once a year to make sure it remains uncontaminated cooler leak, dirt, water, etc. There should be a decal near the transmission dipstick tube stating to only fill with Transynd if this is the case. On truck it is impossible to Enable N-D, If the code is active, the work is prohibited retarder. Do you recall how much fluid you added? Used the transynd and now after service it won't go into R hot or cold.