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Greetings all, so I have a 94 xtra cab 4x4 truck, I have put a new engine in it and just recently another 2 grand in it replacing head gaskets, breaks, ect. Anyway, I can't get it to shift into gear until it warms up and am wondering if it needs tranny fluid. The problem is I don't know where it would go or do I need to take it to the shop....AGAIN. If by chance it needs a new tranny, does anyone know the cost of that. Thanks for any and all inquiries. Cheers! Oh, did I mention I love this truck more than my children, just kidding, I love them all equally.
 

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Check the trans fluid level by removing the 24mm plug located on the drivers side of the transmission. Fluid should be level with that plug.

r150 trans rarely go bad. A used one would cost you a few hundred.

Remove the shifter and inspect the shifter seat and bushing. IF they are bad replace with the marlin pieces.
 

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Ok so I have no idea what this plug looks like I looked all over, but can't find anything that resembles or says tranny fluid here
 

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So I went out to check the truck and it won't shift att all now, and the clutch is super loose. What would that one mean...HELP!!
 

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So I went out to check the truck and it won't shift att all now, and the clutch is super loose. What would that one mean...HELP!!

okay when was the clutch done on the truck?

Have to checked the fluid in the master?

The 24mm plug/bolt will be on the drivers side of the transmission. Crawl under the truck and look around

What have you checked period?
 
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