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**DONOTDELETE** 07-05-2001 01:11 AM

POS peugot trans
i need to replace the input shaft bearing before it's too late. does the transmission have to be disassembled to do this or not? also how much do you think a shop would charge to do this? any help appreciated.

**DONOTDELETE** 07-05-2001 09:11 AM

Re: POS peugot trans
Not having an exploded view to look at, I would venture a guess that you will have to take apart the case to put in a new input shaft bearing.

Cost for any work on a Peugot trans will not be worth your money. At the first sign of trouble from this trans, I urge you to replace it with a better tranny. Your wallet will thank you. If you haven't been told this is the worst trans ever put in a Jeep, followed closely by the SR-4. Find a T-18 and drop it in. You will lose OD(5th gear), but the reliabiliy you will gain will more than make up for it.


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Sycho15 07-05-2001 12:00 PM

Re: POS peugot trans
If you want to keep your OD (and not modify/replace your driveshafts) swap in an AX-15 transmission. You'll have to get a 23-spline input shaft for the x-case though, but I believe that can be bought through 4WDH or Quadratec.

YJAroundTheWorld 07-05-2001 01:00 PM

Re: POS peugot trans
And just to let your wallet and watch thank you even more, scratch that idea of shopping at quadratec, yesterday was the THIRD time in a row they have sent the wrong part. And these arent small parts either, these are those parts you pay 30 dollars for shipping, and they also take forever to deliver...

Sorry, just letting loose a little steam.

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