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Allison tt2421-2

Discussion in 'Wheel Loaders' started by john hofer, Apr 5, 2019.

  1. john hofer

    john hofer Well-Known Member

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    Squealing sound coming from top of transmission on case w24b loader,oil pressure is only 125 lbs cleaned strainer ,took pump apart can't see no sign of wear it still drives but seems to be slower it sometimes feels like it all of a sudden jumps in a higher gear.the shifting lever feels as if something is holding it back when I shift, any ideas what could be wrong with this old girl
     
  2. john hofer

    john hofer Well-Known Member

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    Sorry tt2421-1
     
  3. Coy Lancaster

    Coy Lancaster Senior Member

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    Sounds like the torque converter bearing.
     
  4. john hofer

    john hofer Well-Known Member

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    Can this be fixed by just removing the motor?
     
  5. Coy Lancaster

    Coy Lancaster Senior Member

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    If it is for sure the torque converter bearing yes it can be.
     
  6. john hofer

    john hofer Well-Known Member

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    Thanks
    Will take a look after planting crops.
     
  7. Coy Lancaster

    Coy Lancaster Senior Member

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    No problem, good luck with crops.
     
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    I agree. I believe it's the torque converter bearing. It's not a terribly hard job, but there are a few other items to check out while you're tearing it apart.

    We help people out with these a lot. Give us a call and we can fix you up with the parts you need to fix it up. (800) 552-5080
     
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  9. john hofer

    john hofer Well-Known Member

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    Finally getting time to fix this thing the manual says there is a access cover to remove the bolts from the flex plate this one does not have one. His do I remove the first housing that has the drive gear
     

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