I am not sure what you are asking for, but the tranny shop lisgted below is a very honest shop I have used in the past. AAA approved also.
A & G Transmissions Inc.
607 Glass Lane, Modesto, CA 95356
You guys are the best. The issue is that we have a 1999 Ford f-350 5.4 engine with a 9.5 host camper on it. We did the new Priest's Grade, hwy 120 around 3pm and when we got to the top and went thru Big Oak Flat, we smelled and saw smoke. Cooled it down for an hour. Added some tranny fluid. Did a short test by driving down to the Fork (where the old and new grades come together)turning around and driving back to the truck repair place in Big Oak Flat. Still leaking a little bit. So we're parked overnight right here in the repair lot.
The main mechanic is saying he thinks we can continue on in the morning. He thinks it will stop leaking and if we take it easy, carry extra tranny fluid and don't let it get hot again we'll be okay for a week. The owner of the shop says if it was him, he'd turn this rig around and drive downhill to get it fixed before going any further (uphill and downhill for 25 miles) into the Yosemite Valley.
Our reservations were for tonight and the next two nights. If we go back to get this fixed we're looking at a week because everyone is booked. Best we could do is rent a car and do a day trip in and out. If we have these guys do the repairs, it takes two days and we blow our reservations.
Right now, we're not leaking a drop. We'll do a test drive in the morning and see what the main mechanic says... or ... should we just cancel our reservations in Yosemite, turn around and head back down to I5 and a Ford shop and call it done???
I will say this. We had an independent shop "fix" the tranny on our 09 6.0 Ford ambulance when it blew. Matter of fact they "fixed" it twice. Finally took it to Ford of Walnut Creek who did make it right. That was 40,000 hard ambulance run miles ago
03 F350 Diesel 4x4 Crew Cab long bed, 08 Lance 1055, Rancho 9000xl, Air Lift air Bags, Torqlift tiedowns,stable loads, super hitch, 48" super truss, Toyo 285/75R16 Opencountry HT
Sounds like you over heated tranny and toasted the fluid causing viscosity to drop (leak).
I would start by having them drain and refill the tranny with fresh fluid, then give it a shot.
You could be back on the road in 1 hour...
In the future drop the tranny down a gear or two for climbing steep grades, and pull over to cool down occasionaly. That small block must have been screaming to get up the hill!
2006 Chevy D/A CC
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