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Old 10-07-2005, 05:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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gear ratio help

Can anyone please help me with info on what I may have for a ring and pinion ratio? The truck is a 1998 Amigo, 2.2L 4cyl, 5spd 4x4 with the G80 limited slip rear. I could just pull the cover off the rear end and count gear teeth, but I'm working so much overtime that I barely found a spare minute to type this. I also have a probem with the T-case popping out of 4-high, which I think may be caused by internal damage from having two different gear ratios, F/R. I suspect that the front diff had been replaced by Lithia, as they bought this vehicle at an auction, and it has evidence of being in a wreck. The T-case will stay in Low range if I put it there, but sounds really pissed off. I did check to make sure that both boxes have the correct type of oil.
Any help greatly appreciated, and thanks in advance....

Mike Barbarigos
Reno Nv
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