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    my buddy has a 94 malibu with GM 350, and i think has a mercury v-drive, the stupid thing spins in and out all the time like the gears are done, anyone know what kind of problem this is? how to fix? rough estimate on how mush $$ it will cost????
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    Red face repost...just tryin to get some answers here

    this boat is for skiing and my budy cant even get anyone out of the water with it

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    Thumbs down thanks for all the help A-holes!


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    Try posting in the V-drive forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiian21 View Post
    Try posting in the V-drive forum.
    did it about 4-5 hours ago and no help at all!

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    could it be because you called everyone on here a A-HOLE
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolCruzinCobra View Post
    could it be because you called everyone on here a A-HOLE
    i didnt call anyone an a-hole directly...just the ones like you who come on here and dont even help or give any advice what-so-ever

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    Is it a V drive, or direct drive? Either way, I'd bet it has a B/W 72c for a trans. These transmissions can and do fail over time. Does it feel as if the trans is slipping? If so, it's time for a rebuild. I had mine rebuilt last year, with all new plates ect...


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    Quote Originally Posted by DMOORE View Post
    Is it a V drive, or direct drive? Either way, I'd bet it has a B/W 72c for a trans. These transmissions can and do fail over time. Does it feel as if the trans is slipping? If so, it's time for a rebuild. I had mine rebuilt last year, with all new plates ect...


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    yes, it feels like it catches and slips out...can any tranny shop rebuild these?
    thanks-phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77NordicBubbledeck View Post
    i didnt call anyone an a-hole directly...just the ones like you who come on here and dont even help or give any advice what-so-ever
    I remember the first time I tried to use sarcasm. Don't worry. You'll get the hang of it eventually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77NordicBubbledeck View Post
    yes, it feels like it catches and slips out...can any tranny shop rebuild these?
    thanks-phil
    I believe they have clutch plates and steels like an automatic trans.

    I am sure there is a place or two that would offer an exchange dealio. They send you a rebuilt unit and you send yours back to them as a core. Popular units, so there has to be places that freshen this stuff up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrettDawg View Post
    I remember the first time I tried to use sarcasm. Don't worry. You'll get the hang of it eventually.
    oh...and you too...
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    Wow. Now I am questioning whether I should have tried to help or not.
    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    EFI is the wave of the future. There can be no denying it. Electronics have been on the leading edge of our entire lives. Not only os the magneto dead, but the standard issue CDI is wavering. Its all about total fuel, air AND spark control. Anybody that thinks its not has their head up their ass.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer:30 View Post
    Wow. Now I am questioning whether I should have tried to help or not.
    not talking to you...
    Mr. editor over here...
    thanks for the info...i looked into it and my budys friends friend has a tranny shop in canoga park and can do it for around $400

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