Toyota Supra Turbo 7M-GTE with R154 5-speed
My apologies. I shouldn’t have tagged on. That and the responses just confused the OPs already confusing issue. Sorry all.
sorry maybe my reading comprehension and her way of explaining things. It sounded like a transmission shop pulled the cases apart and she elected to put it back together . just pulling the tail housing of the trans and not putting it on right could cause shifting issues. She struggled putting the driveshaft on ,so I figured she might have struggled with the transmission too.As far as the transmission being apart. I had taken it to a transmission shop, because it was in gear and I didn't know how to get it out. And I didn't know how to put it in with it in gear. They charged me fifty bucks to open it up, saying there was dirt in it. They wanted to charge me another fifty bucks to put it back together. So I did it. But I believe they just open the case. Nothing more.
I did have trouble getting the drive shaft on. It wouldn't just slide on. So I used a rubber hammer to put it on. I did not have the drive shaft apart. Merely took it off the trans & differential. I had help taking it off. Seemed he knew what he was doing. I see more guys who don't, than do tho. That's why I TRY to do all my own work. .BUT I didn't put ANY match marks on ANYTHING. Which I since seen I should have. But, what can I do about that now?
I'm gonna TRY to fix the trans mount now.
Looks like you’ve done that… I hadn’t finished understanding what you were teaching . How about taking the link to my original post and reposting them. It was interesting, but I was going to have to try harder to followYa debrucer your getting me in trouble 😜 only kidding I can delete all my posts.
I’m thinking your transmission is gonna be good once you get some oil going through it. 5th and reverse operate of same shift rod and not really easy shifting into dry and not runningLooks like you’ve done that… I hadn’t finished understanding what you were teaching . How about taking the link to my original post and reposting them. It was interesting, but I was going to have to try harder to follow
Ya I would volunteer my time,if she lived near me. I went through my trans a good 12 years ago. The rebuild kits with upgraded synchros and bearings were cheap back then. Then marlin crawler came out with upgraded thrust washer,bearing retainer plate and shift forks, so it came apart again . 🤣 I’ve had my transmission out of the car far to many times ,pretty much for throw out bearing issues 😞Well, the OP would greatly benefit from your expertise, so hopefully we'll get some pictures of things you can help with. They're not complicated for someone like you who's been in there, so the OP will instantly understand what's incorrect, and also be able to quickly correct. Looking forward to it - always enjoy seeing a nice solution come together for a new forum member. Jeanebop2 - you're in good hands, get 'er done!
I haven't searched here, so maybe it exists, but SupraMania had a forum of what tools, facilities and contact info on people who would offer other owners, particularly traveling, fellow Supra owners. Then again, it's hard to tell where people are unless it comes up in conversation. I posted there, but noone every took me up on it, so don't know how useful it might be. Just an idea.Ya I would volunteer my time, if she lived near me. I went through my trans a good 12 years ago. The rebuild kits with upgraded synchros and bearings were cheap back then. Then marlin crawler came out with upgraded thrust washer,bearing retainer plate and shift forks, so it came apart again . 🤣 I’ve had my transmission out of the car far to many times ,pretty much for throw out bearing issues 😞
Jeane - Yes, I think you're going to need to pull the trans. I also owe 2jzturbo92 an apology as it looks like he is correct.
1 - You couldn't get the tranny out of gear so you removed it and brought it to a shop.
2 - The shop opened it and said "everything's fine" and handed you back your tranny in pieces.
3 - You put the tranny back together yourself.
And here's the rough/ugly part:
4 - You did NOT check the shift pattern was working (just put the shifter handle on temporarily), you just put it back in the car, and THEN found out something was (still) amiss.
I have no real help here as the "I couldn't get the tranny out of gear" thing is a complete game changer because your thread started with "my tranny is jammed". I'm now realizing it was jammed BEFORE the tranny shop touched it. Then you simply put it back in after you assembled it, and lo and behold - the tranny is still jammed.
So, yes the tranny has to come back out IMO unless I missed something here. I strongly suggest you forget about the fuel pump and every other thing on the car. Just focus on the transmission.
It would help greatly for the folks here to understand if I'm correct in the 1-4 above because it sounds like your transmission is internally broken and you simply put it back in with no issues discovered and remedied. Is that correct?