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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 09-15-2018, 04:57 PM Thread Starter
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Transmission issue

I'm new to the forum and I want to thank you guys for allowing me to join....
I'm sure this topic has been covered, I've read alot of threads on hear about transmissions on hear but I want to ask this any way.......
I'm looking at buying a second rhino... It's a 06.... The problem it has is this....
When it's in gear ( 2 or 4wd) and you mash the throttle pedal it moves about a foot and then just rolls back.....
Is this an out put shaft issue...
A transmission problem......
A differential issue ....
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Transmission issue

That dont sound good, any clanking or grinding


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No noise
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I'm gonna investigate it in depth on Monday or Tuesday
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Hopefully its not the middle drive gear


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i would checkout the driveshaft first make sure the splines are good on ends. And the bossís they go into

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I hope to have a lot more info tomorrow afternoon....
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Pretty sure to check that middle drive gear just put it in neuteral and roll it to see if front driveshaft yoke turns like the rear driveshaft


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Any ideas what a reman trans would cost?
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If the front u joint turns and the rear u joint turns when it's in neutral then the middle drive gear is ok?
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Should b. You can do one other check to b 100%, take belt off then put it in gear and push it. The secondary sheave should turn, if it doesent then its the middle drive gear. If it does turn then my thinking is its in the driveshaft splines or the bossís like i said before
If it were mine and both shafts turned like they r suppose to i wouldent even do the second check i mentioned

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Ok guys I've got new Intel on this transmission issue.....
I checked to see if front and rear drive shaft turn when unit is in neutral and pushed forwards and backwards..... They do.....
I wasnt about to look at the clutch sheaves....
When I started it up and tested it again there is a very bad grinding noise in the transmission.....
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Check ur oneway bearing. Take the cage off the primary have it in neuteral and the primary should turn counter clockwise and not b able to turn clockwise


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So if it turns both ways it's bad and that could be the source of the grinding and no moving
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If it turns both ways its bad, they have been know to make some serious racket


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