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Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by Decryptor(m): 11:38pm On Nov 16, 2016
Na wah o! OP has been repairing transmission for up to a year! Why not just give it to a qualified mech or just change the transmission already

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Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by Kashif(m): 7:48am On Nov 21, 2016
Decryptor:
Na wah o! OP has been repairing transmission for up to a year! Why not just give it to a qualified mech or just change the transmission already

You certainly have challenges reading.
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by naturalhealth7: 12:43am On Nov 26, 2016
Please i want to know your view on disconnecting gearbox from radiator because of transmission oil and coolant mix in gearbox. I think the cooling effect from the radiator will help the auto gearbox performance. What is the best way to solve this problem. Is it total disconnection or replacing the radiator. The gearbox still works perfectly but the gearbox and the radiator has been disconnected because that is the best option now as suggested by a gearbox mechanic. But I think this should be a short term measure,or is this option okay for a long period
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by ollyruffy: 10:05am On Dec 02, 2016
naturalhealth7:
Please i want to know your view on disconnecting gearbox from radiator because of transmission oil and coolant mix in gearbox. I think the cooling effect from the radiator will help the auto gearbox performance. What is the best way to solve this problem. Is it total disconnection or replacing the radiator. The gearbox still works perfectly but the gearbox and the radiator has been disconnected because that is the best option now as suggested by a gearbox mechanic. But I think this should be a short term measure,or is this option okay for a long period

Temperature is the worst enemy of auto transmissions. Therefore driving without any form of cooling is gambling with your transmission. Replace the radiator ASAP or you can install an additional auto transmission cooler if you want to bypass the trans oil cooling through the radiator.
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by justfash50: 4:03pm On Dec 04, 2016
Hello kashift,

What you have done is very impressive given the few knowledge,skills available in repairs of gearbox. I pray this passion you have continue as it would lead to breakthrough for better outcome in no distance future.

Please I would like you to help as I have almost the same symptoms of transmission failure as you have.
I have a Hyundai ix35 2010 model and It was diagnosed with this codes po741,po733,po735 and po722 all PENDING as written on the diagnosis kit, also c1203 PRESENT as written on the kit.

My worries now is what exactly is the problem of the car as it can't move again?

Please give guidance or what to work on and direct me to your shop or any good transmission repairer.

Thanks as I await your favourable response.
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Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by Kashif(m): 11:46am On Dec 05, 2016
justfash50:
Hello kashift,

What you have done is very impressive given the few knowledge,skills available in repairs of gearbox. I pray this passion you have continue as it would lead to breakthrough for better outcome in no distance future.

Please I would like you to help as I have almost the same symptoms of transmission failure as you have.
I have a Hyundai ix35 2010 model and It was diagnosed with this codes po741,po733,po735 and po722 all PENDING as written on the diagnosis kit, also c1203 PRESENT as written on the kit.

My worries now is what exactly is the problem of the car as it can't move again?

Please give guidance or what to work on and direct me to your shop or any good transmission repairer.

Thanks as I await your favourable response.

Your transmission has a lot of issues. Serviced/worked on it recently? What distance has it covered?
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by GAZZUZZ(m): 4:16pm On Dec 05, 2016
Kashif:


You certainly have challenges reading.

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Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by xvbill(m): 8:49pm On Dec 05, 2016
Decryptor:
Na wah o! OP has been repairing transmission for up to a year! Why not just give it to a qualified mech or just change the transmission already

Eyyah. Sorry ehn he loves what he does, even if it takes three years, its passion and fun
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by justfash50: 3:00pm On Dec 11, 2016
My Hyundai. ix35 just clocked 90K.

A lot of issues? Like what

Thanks, I await your response.
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by Kashif(m): 1:54pm On Dec 12, 2016
justfash50:
My Hyundai. ix35 just clocked 90K.

A lot of issues? Like what

Thanks, I await your response.

Those codes are transmission related, affecting different ranges. I have seen transmissions come down at 30,000 miles or even less.
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by justfash50: 12:23pm On Dec 13, 2016
Is it that bad or what can I do?

I need your advice on what steps to take please.
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Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by lipman1122: 6:36pm On Dec 26, 2016
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Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by shotuns: 4:04pm On Dec 27, 2016
ollyruffy:


Temperature is the worst enemy of auto transmissions. Therefore driving without any form of cooling is gambling with your transmission. Replace the radiator ASAP or you can install an additional auto transmission cooler if you want to bypass the trans oil cooling through the radiator.

My car has been running like this for over 4 years, radiator was disconnected from the transmission because water get mix with oil all the time.. I'd love to know more about this or should I say I am more interested in how to by pass the trans oil cooling through the radiator by installing an additional auto transmission cooler.
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by ollyruffy: 8:43pm On Dec 31, 2016
shotuns:


My car has been running like this for over 4 years, radiator was disconnected from the transmission because water get mix with oil all the time.. I'd love to know more about this or should I say I am more interested in how to by pass the trans oil cooling through the radiator by installing an additional auto transmission cooler.

External transmission coolers are small radiator-like heat exchanger and could be of 3 types.
1. Tube and fin Type
2. Plate and fin type
3. Stacked plate type


These above are normally installed in front of the AC condenser and they are cooled with the radiator fans. The hose from the transmission is run to the input of the cooler while another hose is run from the output of the cooler to the transmission. Ensure you get the cooler with its inlet and outlet having same size with your transmission hose sizes for easy installation.

These cooler are available on Amazon and other online stores and they are easy to install. Ensure you buy the one with the right GVWR rating for your vehicle if you plan to be towing with the vehicle.

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=transmission+cooler

After the installation, ensure to add additional transmission fluid and check the level is current as recommended by the car manufacturer.

If you have no space in front of the condenser, there are coolers that come with fan and thermostat assembly. These can be installed remotely with the engine hood where you have enough space. The fan will come on and off as controlled by the thermostat.

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Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by Revelation1: 11:45am On Jan 01
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GAZZUZZ:
this movie haf not finis o!

We must still test the gear you rebuilt tongue
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by shotuns: 5:27pm On Jan 01
ollyruffy:


Thanks @ollyruffy
I don't know if you dont mind me getting your contact number if you are based in Nigeria or how can I get in touch apart from Nairaland forum. I need more insight into this. I really wouldn't want just anybody to touch anything in the car except by an expert.
Thanks.

External transmission coolers are small radiator-like heat exchanger and could be of 3 types.
1. Tube and fin Type
2. Plate and fin type
3. Stacked plate type


These above are normally installed in front of the AC condenser and they are cooled with the radiator fans. The hose from the transmission is run to the input of the cooler while another hose is run from the output of the cooler to the transmission. Ensure you get the cooler with its inlet and outlet having same size with your transmission hose sizes for easy installation.

These cooler are available on Amazon and other online stores and they are easy to install. Ensure you buy the one with the right GVWR rating for your vehicle if you plan to be towing with the vehicle.

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=transmission+cooler

After the installation, ensure to add additional transmission fluid and check the level is current as recommended by the car manufacturer.

If you have no space in front of the condenser, there are coolers that come with fan and thermostat assembly. These can be installed remotely with the engine hood where you have enough space. The fan will come on and off as controlled by the thermostat.

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Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by Kashif(m): 9:19am On Jan 04
shotuns:


My car has been running like this for over 4 years, radiator was disconnected from the transmission because water get mix with oil all the time.. I'd love to know more about this or should I say I am more interested in how to by pass the trans oil cooling through the radiator by installing an additional auto transmission cooler.

Like you have been advised, get external cooler.
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by solomonawotide: 10:14am On Jan 06
Hello Kashif

Well done. My Toyota camry 2005 has similar transmission problem after atf change. The car started misbehaving. I scanned it and got P0746 and P0776. The atf level was low. But I went to a transmission expert i
Kashif:


Like you have been advised, get external cooler.
n Ladipo and I was told it is the valve body problem. I needed to travel with the car to the east for the new year, so I bought oem atf at ridiculous price of 31k to be sure I would not roast the gear. I successfully went and came back to Lagos but with difficulty. I need your advice on how to get the problem solved. Please advise. Solomon
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by Kashif(m): 11:48am On Jan 06
solomonawotide:
Hello Kashif

Well done. My Toyota camry 2005 has similar transmission problem after atf change. The car started misbehaving. I scanned it and got P0746 and P0776. The atf level was low. But I went to a transmission expert in Ladipo and I was told it is the valve body problem. I needed to travel with the car to the east for the new year, so I bought oem atf at ridiculous price of 31k to be sure I would not roast the gear. I successfully went and came back to Lagos but with difficulty. I need your advice on how to get the problem solved. Please advise. Solomon


What are the symptoms? If your ATF is dirty already, just servicing the VB alone will not cure it, as it will get recontaminated.
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by solomonawotide: 8:02pm On Jan 07
Kashif:


What are the symptoms? If your ATF is dirty already, just servicing the VB alone will not cure it, as it will get recontaminated.

The symptoms are: it is sluggish when climbing. It starts on gear 1 and changes to 2 and 3 but as soon as I want to climb, it becomes sluggish but that is the way I drove it to the East and back to Lagos.
I bought new atf oem t-iv and changed it before I traveled to the East. So where can I service the VB.

Thanks.
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by Kashif(m): 8:38pm On Jan 07
solomonawotide:


The symptoms are: it is sluggish when climbing. It starts on gear 1 and changes to 2 and 3 but as soon as I want to climb, it becomes sluggish but that is the way I drove it to the East and back to Lagos.
I bought new atf oem t-iv and changed it before I traveled to the East. So where can I service the VB.

Thanks.

What is the ECU commanding? Do you have flares? (as if the car goes to nuetral)?

When lockup is commanded, the ECU leans out fuel supply. This happens at higher ranges. If there is engine performance problem, it could be mistaken for transmission problem. Scan and post any code(s) here.
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by Aladine(m): 9:46pm On Jan 07
My mechanic in Abuja rebuilds gear box..i had an issue with my corolla 2012 gear box and every place was shouting change until i got to him..he discovered it was a wiring/electrical issue and rebuilt it in 3days..he evem gave me a 3months guarantee..this is more than 3 months and i have been enjoing it..people are really good..dont know where he got his training sef
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by Kashif(m): 7:08am On Jan 08
Aladine:
My mechanic in Abuja rebuilds gear box..i had an issue with my corolla 2012 gear box and every place was shouting change until i got to him..he discovered it was a wiring/electrical issue and rebuilt it in 3days..he evem gave me a 3months guarantee..this is more than 3 months and i have been enjoing it..people are really good..dont know where he got his training sef

Transmissions with electrical issues dont need a rebuild. You just correct the fault.

The term 'Rebuild' is used when a transmission is dropped, and all soft parts, and some damaged/worn parts replaced. Most times, the torque converter is replaced. In your case, your transmission was not rebuilt.

Congratulations!
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by solomonawotide: 7:31am On Jan 08
Kashif:


What is the ECU commanding? Do you have flares? (as if the car goes to nuetral)?

When lockup is commanded, the ECU leans out fuel supply. This happens at higher ranges. If there is engine performance problem, it could be mistaken for transmission problem. Scan and post any code(s) here.

Thanks for your time. Kashif,

The codes initially was P0016 and P0746 and P0776 but by then I have flares on shift 3 but after that I decided to change the atf the second time but to oem recommended t-iv and bought a new filter and couple with the fact that the gear man clean up the filter second time. After I used the car to travel to the East, the flare stops but on my way back to Lagos the car became sluggish while climbing the hills especially on Asaba to Benin road.
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by Kashif(m): 7:46am On Jan 08
solomonawotide:


Thanks for your time. Kashif,

The codes initially was P0016 and P0746 and P0776 but by then I have flares on shift 3 but after that I decided to change the atf the second time but to oem recommended t-iv and bought a new filter and couple with the fact that the gear man clean up the filter second time. After I used the car to travel to the East, the flare stops but on my way back to Lagos the car became sluggish while climbing the hills especially on Asaba to Benin road.


Have you scanned again? Do you know in which gear the sluggishness is evident? Filters dont cause flares in a particular range. So, after Asaba-Benin road, the sluggishness stopped? I am just trying to determine if your problem is actually in the transmission.
Re: Rebuilding My '13 Pin' (toyota U151E) Transmission by solomonawotide: 8:44am On Jan 08
Kashif:


Have you scanned again? Do you know in which gear the sluggishness is evident? Filters dont cause flares in a particular range. So, after Asaba-Benin road, the sluggishness stopped? I am just trying to determine if your problem is actually in the transmission.

Dear Kashif,

I have not scanned again since I came back to Lagos. The sluggishness is evident after shifting to gear 3 while about to climb the hills. The sluggishness did not stop till I got to Lagos but the hills from Ore to Lagos are not as high as asaba -Benin road. When the gear is cold, it jerks when I shift to reverse position.

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