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Old 07-27-2002, 09:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I bought a 98 1600 16v and tranny I have a funny feeling they are not matching does anyone know how to check the year of a tranny and or how to check if it is matching??
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Old 07-27-2002, 10:39 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Well, first off you have to tell us what youre tryin to match it to before you get an answer.
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Old 07-27-2002, 12:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Both Engine and tranny are supposed to be from a 98 I dont think the tranny is a 98 or it is a 98 but is not originaly from the same Vehical as the Engine I hope this makes it easier to understand my first post.

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Old 07-27-2002, 12:42 PM   #4 (permalink)
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It would be alot easier to understand if there were some punctuation marks in your message
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Old 07-27-2002, 01:26 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I guess that means you have no clue
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Old 07-27-2002, 04:59 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Fawkin Newbie first you have to tell us what the problem is. When you say not matching is it not bolting up or whats the problem. You say tranny only so I assume it's a two wheeld drive kick as the x-fer is married to the tranny. Is all of this going in a samurai or what lets be a little more specific.
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Old 07-27-2002, 06:04 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Wow holly s%it man some off you guys need to chill I thought it was a straight forward question thanks for the help though
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Old 07-27-2002, 10:23 PM   #8 (permalink)
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What was the question?
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Old 07-27-2002, 10:59 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I dont know with all this bull sh&t I cant remember
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Old 07-27-2002, 11:28 PM   #10 (permalink)
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get a clue newbie. what the fawk does it matter. does it bolt up? does it run? is it a clean running motor? is it a clean running tranny? answer these questions and forget about all the gay mamby pamby bullshit about if the years match. WTF it's not like you are putting together a frickin vintage ferrari?!? come the fawk on!!
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Wow holly s%it man some off you guys need to chill I thought it was a straight forward question thanks for the help though
Hey man, the boyz on the 'pirate' board can be pretty anal towards newbies and lack of info or wasted thread space, be thorough and have some thick skin, pay ur fawkin dues newbie !
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Ok here it is I BOUGHT A ENGINE AND TRANNY OUT OF A 98 TRACKER IS THERE ANY WAY OF FINDING OUT IF THEY WERE BOLTED TOGETHER WHEN IT DROVE OUT OF THE FACTORY

In short a fellow 4x4 newbie or not just spent another $3000.00 to try and get my rig back on the road and just wanted to know if I got shafted . Oh pay my dues $17000 and 300 hrs into my rig on a working salary thats paying my dues I just asked a fawking question. If you dont know the answer dont reply
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get a clue newbie. what the fawk does it matter. does it bolt it about if the years match. WTF it's not like you are putting together a frickin vintage ferrari?!? come the fawk on!!
I guess you want to buy my old Engine and tranny its mint and new only 3000 k on it trust me its only money right it runs dont mind the black smoke new Engines do that D*mbA%% your
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I guess you want to buy my old Engine and tranny its mint and new only 3000 k on it trust me its only money right it runs dont mind the black smoke new Engines do that D*mbA%% your
now you are getting the hang of it. to answer your question, it is almost impossible unless there are vin numbers stamped into the engine and tranny, which there usually are not!! so i revert to my original counter question, do they bolt up? do they work ? you only got shafted if they DO NOT BOLT UP AND RUN TOGETHER!!! and again i say GET A FAWKIN CLUE!!!
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almost impossible unless there are vin numbers stamped into the engine and tranny, which there usually are not!! so i revert to my original counter question, do they bolt up? do they work ? you only got shafted if they DO NOT BOLT UP AND RUN TOGETHER!!! and again i say GET A FAWKIN CLUE!!!
Yes they do bolt up I have no idea if they work waiting on my toy kicker t-cases from ott so I can finish welding in my motor mounts
.Does the Serial# on the tranny have the years added to it??My tranny starts with 97 is that the year it was manufactured.If I had a Fawkin Clue I wouldnt be asking
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Oh pay my dues $17000 and 300 hrs into my rig on a working salary thats paying my dues I just asked a fawking question. If you dont know the answer dont reply
Ask the person who took your $17,000, they should have your problems answered for that kinda money.
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Old 07-28-2002, 02:50 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Ask the person who took your $17,000, they should have your problems answered for that kinda money.
No $hit for 17K it outa be fawkin filled with gold. Who gives a fawk if they are the same set as long as they bolt up and work then who fawkin cares.
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just spent another $3000.00 to try and get my rig back on the road and just wanted to know if I got shafted .
If you spent $3000 on a Tracker motor and tranny, you got shafted even if it does go together.
You might want to find another place to shop.
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On second thought, let me sell you my old rig. I only want $6000 for it and it already has a 1999 Chevy Tracker motor and tranny in it. http://www.izook.com/rides/features/...tim_shaver.htm
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Very nice thanks for the offer but I like to build them Project Zuki is at the bottom some good wheelin pics too.http://groups.msn.com/PeteClaudette/...pgmarket=en-ca[/URL]

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Old 07-28-2002, 07:40 PM   #21 (permalink)
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here is the skinny on the older tracker ident #

manual tranny
M/T: R 10000etc ( the R is the model year 94 & S is 95)
automatic
3 A/T: R 10000 etc (" " " " " ")

4 A/T: 93 A 0001 etc ( assembled in 93 and the A is the month

A~H = January thruogh Aug.
J~M = Sept though Dec

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First this....
I bought a 98 1600 16v and tranny I have a funny feeling they are not matching does anyone know how to check the year of a tranny and or how to check if it is matching??

Then this.....
Yes they do bolt up I have no idea if they work waiting on my toy kicker t-cases from ott so I can finish welding in my motor mounts
.Does the Serial# on the tranny have the years added to it??My tranny starts with 97 is that the year it was manufactured.If I had a Fawkin Clue I wouldnt be asking

Did i miss somthing here? Were there pictures of this junk ?

Id take a big ol guess and say if they're bolted together they stand a good chance of belonging together, as far as if it works or not you should have verified that before you bought it or know the source...!!!

Besides if your buying fawkn adapter kits you owtta be able to figure this shit out !!

Stop being a sally and calm down a bit you start every thread off like this you'll blow a gasket buy the end of next week...


been a few days since someone got riped into... bout time !!!
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i forgot the engine#


engine serial #
G 16 R 10000 etc.

the G is engine type

16 is displacement 1.6

R is the model year (R=1994 S= 1995)

on the two wheel drive trannys from 99 and up, only fit the 99 and up motors
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Old 07-28-2002, 09:25 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Thanks for the help Rick had to weed through alot of people with way to much time on the hands to get a reply that had anything to do with my question
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