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Old 07 Jun 2010, 01:07 am
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Default Gear problems after transmission fluid change

Hey. I recently just changed my tranny fluid in my 95 gsr with pennzoil syncromesh which I founded recommended on different forums because it kept grinded going to third when I would punch it or semi punch it. After that, we added some clutch fluid and bled it. Now when I drive and try to punch it, itll rev all the way to 5, 5 and half before it even starts to catch speed. But at that, its still speeds up slowly. If I drive it normal, itll catch speed decently but after 40 it gets more difficult. Before any fluid change, the car ran great except for the grinding on 3rd. Different things I heard from a few people were we didn't bleed it right or by coincidence, the changing of the fluid exposed a bad clutch. Has anyone encountered a problem like this or have any suggestions
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