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#1: Subaru Trans Band adjustment, again...

Posted on 2008-03-15 22:37:25 by HachiRoku

I took the car out the last few days (Thurs, Fri Sat) and added about 30
miles to the clock. Pleased to report everything seems to have sorted
itself out just fine. No more 'grabbing' after ~1 mile or so, running nice
and smooth, smooth up/downshifts and immediate kick-down.

Whatever it was causing the binding has stopped, and the car is fun to
drive again!

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#2: Re: Subaru Trans Band adjustment, again...

Posted on 2008-03-17 01:28:39 by HLS

&quot;Hachiroku ãÂÂãÂÂã­ã¯&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:Trueno&#64;ae86.gts" target="_blank">Trueno&#64;ae86.gts</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt;I took the car out the last few days (Thurs, Fri Sat) and added about 30
&gt; miles to the clock. Pleased to report everything seems to have sorted
&gt; itself out just fine. No more 'grabbing' after ~1 mile or so, running nice
&gt; and smooth, smooth up/downshifts and immediate kick-down.
&gt;
&gt; Whatever it was causing the binding has stopped, and the car is fun to
&gt; drive again!

Great.. Sometimes you find that after adjustment or other work on a
tranny. Hope it works for you for a long time

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#3: Re: Subaru Trans Band adjustment, again...

Posted on 2008-03-17 14:48:55 by John Smith

Hachiroku ãÂÂãÂÂã­ã¯ wrote:
&gt; I took the car out the last few days (Thurs, Fri Sat) and added about 30
&gt; miles to the clock. Pleased to report everything seems to have sorted
&gt; itself out just fine. No more 'grabbing' after ~1 mile or so, running nice
&gt; and smooth, smooth up/downshifts and immediate kick-down.
&gt;
&gt; Whatever it was causing the binding has stopped, and the car is fun to
&gt; drive again!
&gt;
&gt;
Nice! Now if only you could put that type of repair in a can and sell
it. You might even convert Ray.

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#4: Re: Subaru Trans Band adjustment, again...

Posted on 2008-03-18 03:42:21 by Ray O

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&gt; Hachiroku ???? wrote:
&gt;&gt; I took the car out the last few days (Thurs, Fri Sat) and added about 30
&gt;&gt; miles to the clock. Pleased to report everything seems to have sorted
&gt;&gt; itself out just fine. No more 'grabbing' after ~1 mile or so, running
&gt;&gt; nice
&gt;&gt; and smooth, smooth up/downshifts and immediate kick-down.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Whatever it was causing the binding has stopped, and the car is fun to
&gt;&gt; drive again!
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt; Nice! Now if only you could put that type of repair in a can and sell it.
&gt; You might even convert Ray.

Yup! We now have a '97 Escort with 135 K miles, and it has bumped the '97
Avalon off of the bottom of the list of cars in the O kids try not to drive.
The Escort is in good shape for being 11 years old but it doesn't have the
goodies our other cars have like CD changer, power leather seats, automatic
headlights, and a nice, quiet ride. The rear struts sound like a donkey
when you pull out of the driveway, the engine is pretty loud compared to our
other cars, and the 3 speed automatic trans has a harsh 1-2 shift. The kids
will have to learn to live with the donkey and noise, I'll tackle change the
ATF and transmission filter when the weather gets a little warmer.
--

Ray O
(correct punctuation to reply)

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#5: Re: Subaru Trans Band adjustment, again...

Posted on 2008-03-18 15:11:52 by John Smith

Ray O wrote:
&gt; &quot;<a href="mailto:Ph&#64;Boy" target="_blank">Ph&#64;Boy</a>&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:user&#64;example.net" target="_blank">user&#64;example.net</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt;&gt; Hachiroku ???? wrote:
&gt;&gt;&gt; I took the car out the last few days (Thurs, Fri Sat) and added about 30
&gt;&gt;&gt; miles to the clock. Pleased to report everything seems to have sorted
&gt;&gt;&gt; itself out just fine. No more 'grabbing' after ~1 mile or so, running
&gt;&gt;&gt; nice
&gt;&gt;&gt; and smooth, smooth up/downshifts and immediate kick-down.
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt; Whatever it was causing the binding has stopped, and the car is fun to
&gt;&gt;&gt; drive again!
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Nice! Now if only you could put that type of repair in a can and sell it.
&gt;&gt; You might even convert Ray.
&gt;
&gt; Yup! We now have a '97 Escort with 135 K miles, and it has bumped the '97
&gt; Avalon off of the bottom of the list of cars in the O kids try not to drive.
&gt; The Escort is in good shape for being 11 years old but it doesn't have the
&gt; goodies our other cars have like CD changer, power leather seats, automatic
&gt; headlights, and a nice, quiet ride. The rear struts sound like a donkey
&gt; when you pull out of the driveway, the engine is pretty loud compared to our
&gt; other cars, and the 3 speed automatic trans has a harsh 1-2 shift. The kids
&gt; will have to learn to live with the donkey and noise, I'll tackle change the
&gt; ATF and transmission filter when the weather gets a little warmer.
Warm weather is just around the corner Ray and like last year, I'll
leave the blade on the truck until April for you and Hachi so I won't
jinks it. Then you can take care of those donkey's.

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#6: Re: Subaru Trans Band adjustment, again...

Posted on 2008-03-19 03:43:16 by HachiRoku

On Mon, 17 Mar 2008 09:48:55 -0400, <a href="mailto:Ph&#64;Boy" target="_blank">Ph&#64;Boy</a> wrote:

&gt; Hachiroku ãÂÂãÂÂã­ã¯ wrote:
&gt;&gt; I took the car out the last few days (Thurs, Fri Sat) and added about 30
&gt;&gt; miles to the clock. Pleased to report everything seems to have sorted
&gt;&gt; itself out just fine. No more 'grabbing' after ~1 mile or so, running
&gt;&gt; nice and smooth, smooth up/downshifts and immediate kick-down.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Whatever it was causing the binding has stopped, and the car is fun to
&gt;&gt; drive again!
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt; Nice! Now if only you could put that type of repair in a can and sell it.
&gt; You might even convert Ray.


I can! (a 17mm offset wrench, a 200 in-lb torque wrench, and a 10mm square
socket...)

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#7: Re: Subaru Trans Band adjustment, again...

Posted on 2008-03-19 03:45:30 by HachiRoku

On Tue, 18 Mar 2008 10:11:52 -0400, <a href="mailto:Ph&#64;Boy" target="_blank">Ph&#64;Boy</a> wrote:

&gt; Ray O wrote:
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&gt;&gt;&gt; Hachiroku ???? wrote:
&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt; I took the car out the last few days (Thurs, Fri Sat) and added about
&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt; 30 miles to the clock. Pleased to report everything seems to have
&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt; sorted itself out just fine. No more 'grabbing' after ~1 mile or so,
&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt; running nice
&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt; and smooth, smooth up/downshifts and immediate kick-down.
&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt; Whatever it was causing the binding has stopped, and the car is fun to
&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt; drive again!
&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt; Nice! Now if only you could put that type of repair in a can and sell
&gt;&gt;&gt; it. You might even convert Ray.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Yup! We now have a '97 Escort with 135 K miles, and it has bumped the
&gt;&gt; '97 Avalon off of the bottom of the list of cars in the O kids try not
&gt;&gt; to drive. The Escort is in good shape for being 11 years old but it
&gt;&gt; doesn't have the goodies our other cars have like CD changer, power
&gt;&gt; leather seats, automatic headlights, and a nice, quiet ride. The rear
&gt;&gt; struts sound like a donkey when you pull out of the driveway, the engine
&gt;&gt; is pretty loud compared to our other cars, and the 3 speed automatic
&gt;&gt; trans has a harsh 1-2 shift. The kids will have to learn to live with
&gt;&gt; the donkey and noise, I'll tackle change the ATF and transmission filter
&gt;&gt; when the weather gets a little warmer.
&gt; Warm weather is just around the corner Ray and like last year, I'll leave
&gt; the blade on the truck until April for you and Hachi so I won't jinks it.
&gt; Then you can take care of those donkey's.


Oh. Yeah. That was you!

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I think you might have to leave it on a little longer this year!!!

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