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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-15-2012 Thread Starter
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Angry 1994 mustang v6 t5 tail housing keeps snapping into 2 pieces

1st thing is i have a 94 3.8 mustang. ok so onto the tailhousing, i was doing a donut and next thing i know i only had 1st gear, had my car towed home jacked it up and saw my tailhousing on my <acronym title="transmission">trans</acronym> was broken into 2 pieces. so i went out and got a t5 from an 87 5.0, tried to swap the input shaft like ive read so many times can be done with is completely wrong, the input shaft gear on sn 95's is a larger diameter gear so if you have a sn 95 with a t5 a fox body <acronym title="transmission">trans</acronym> WILL NOT WORK EVEN WITH AN INPUT SHAFT SWAP. So I decided to just change out the tailhousing onto my v6 t5 and installed the <acronym title="transmission">trans</acronym>, took her for a test drive and the tailhousing snapped again... to help maybe figure out what it may be i have a really rough idle and cannot find the reason why, my buddy said i could have a broken motor mount but don't see excessive play in them when revving the motor in neutral, please help me.....
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ok so i checked the motor mounts by trying to rock the engine and it seems solid as can be, so i started it up and gave it some pretty hard revs and saw absolutely no excessive play...
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i was going to delete this thread but don't either know how or if i even can but the issue turned out to be my harmonic balancer in case anyone else comes across this thread and has the same issue and can't figure it out.
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