When changing a old and bad transmission, besides the transmission, is there anything else you have to change?
My 1990 Toyota Supra, the transmission has over 200,000 miles on it, it sticks when shift or doesn't shift at all sometimes. I already have another transmission to replace the old one. Is there anything else i need to or have to replace when changing the transmission?
is it standard or automatic? changing a standard, replace all the clutch components, and check or just replace the u joints in the driveshaft- check the bushings in the linkage while you are at it and replace them- on an automatic, check the linkage and driveshaft also-
Make sure the cooler is not plugged and it flows freely, trans mounts should be replaced, u-joints. You might also want to replace the front pump seals and output shaft seal on your replacement tranny. It would also be a good idea to have the torque converter on your replacement trans flushed.
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