Discussion in 'Heavy Haul Trucking Forum' started by shmyreal, Feb 24, 2021.
does anybody have any wild guesses why this happened?
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Hmmmmm it appears the bull gear jumped the heifer gear.
Did it happen "suddenly"? or had it been making noise for several days?
Yep, just went into neutral and that is it. No other signs. the truck has 150k miles only.
She didn't go into neutral, you roasted the input gear!
I'm thinkin the driveline speed sensor and the engine speed sensor had a disagreement over something..............
Low on gear oil for a bit is all it takes to wipe one out?