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  1. Doctorterry
    Joined: Sep 12, 2015
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    Sssoooo I was doing a burn out.... Automatic transmission, in a '62 chevy. The tranny shifted into 2nd and then made a loud noise and the engine revved up because the power wasn't being put to the wheels any more. When I put the car in park there was a grinding sound so I took it back out. I shut it off and we rolled it, and it popped and cracked in the rear end. I started it back up and put it in drive and it had a delayed shift by about 10 seconds. It drove fine when in gear, but made a pop and went out of gear again. Now when I put it in park it doesn't grind, but it doesn't keep the car from rolling.


    The scary part is, dad doesn't know and he is probably going to murder me. I just want to know if it could just be in the rear end? What do you all think?
     
  2. Imwalkin
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    Your grounded.
     
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  3. ratman
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    Grounded and screwed
     
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  4. 49ratfink
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    I say blame it on Eddie Haskell.
     

  5. luckythirteenagogo
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    All he needs to know is that it started making noise while you were on your way home and you were lucky enough to make it. Wait, you didn't do the burn out in front of YOUR house did you?
     
  6. big duece
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    I would get the molten rubber off the quarter panel first.
     
  7. hotroddonnie
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    LOL!!!! Maybe it was the burn out your dad did that started the problem. That's why he lent you the car.
     
  8. Hnstray
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    'fess up. Tell him what happened. Lying only compounds your problem. Your Dad, or somebody who has to deal with repairing it, will easily figure out you were abusing the car at the time.

    You Dad will be pissed, and rightly so if it's his car we are talking about. But his anger will be offset somewhat by the respect he will have for you for being a man and taking responsibility for the consequences of your actions.

    Ray
     
  9. slowmotion
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    Geeez Beav, Dad's gonna really clobber ya....
     
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  10. is the linkage moving the arm on the tranny ok? motor mounts ok? tranny mount ok?
    sounds like if nothing in the linkage pulled out of adjustment, you need to drop the pan and see what parts are in there.
    Tell dad. then fix it. makes you a man.
     
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  11. mike bowling
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    Responsibility for your actions will gain respect from your peers. Now go to your room.
     
  12. texasred
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    1962 I blew the tranny in my Dads 57 chevy , he listened to my bs story of how it happened, his reply was a size 12 redwing in my ass. Not for blowing the tranny but the for lie I told him..
     
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  13. crazy wheel
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    Just so you know, you are probably not the only one that has ever had to explain this to your Dad.....
    I remember the transmission going out in my Folks car, shortly after I turned 16. Also having to explain how the new tires wore out so quickly around that same time.....
    Heck it might hereditary......
    My oldest sons' first car, had trouble with the rear end. (My youngest ratted him out. driving like the Duke boys, out in the pasture). Then the tread mysteriously disappeared from the rear tires.
    Hopefully, your Dad will take his youth into account when you tell him the truth....
     
  14. Petejoe
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    Remember taking dads 62 Chevy out when I was 16 on a date back in 69. Run the piss out of it. When he drove it he said the car seemed to be a lot more responsive knowing I blew the carbon out of it. I played dumb. You can't ever fool the old man. Fess up.
     
  15. brady1929
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    I was lucky I didn't t break anything when I did burn outs. Tell the truth. Not much worse then your kid lying to you. Turn it into a learning experience by fixing it together.
     
  16. doinbad
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    Sounds like you broke the rear end At 17 i backed out of the drive way in my dads 70 chevy he wasn't home so rolling backwards dumped clutch nothing happened. Tore center out of the clutch. I never told him and put a new disc in it about 5 years later tore truck down to put rear main seal in it. He said that's funny i thought the clutch you put in would be wore more than that! so i got a new one i said how did you know he said the greasy finger prints on the rocker you didn't wipe off ! Dad knows all!
     
  17. haychrishay
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    I think it's the pinion in the rear end. As mentioned earlier, dad isn't as dumb as you think. My dad told me once after I pulled in the drive way with the brake drums glowing a dull orange" you're kind a hard on my truck ain't ya kid" . I said how did you know? His reply" I was 16 once and you had two older brothers to remind me."
     
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  18. 55willys
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    It could be as simple as broken spider gears. I got my old Ford truck stuck and was rocking back and forth shifting between 1st and reverse. I got it unstuck at the sacrifice of the spider gears. It would move as long as the pieces were jammed up but ended up getting towed home. I would say that the trans is still working because it was still spinning when you tried to put it in park.
     
  19. i.rant
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    Man up,the truth may get you a boot up your ass but it will be a respectable boot.
     
  20. I think you blew the rear end and the parking pawl inside the tranny. Show your dad this thread tonight, just before dinner. His mind will be distracted by gravy and stuffing.:p
     
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  21. Mike51Merc
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    I think rear end spider gears stripped. The reason it made a grinding sound in park was because the driveshaft was still spinning (because there was nothing to stop it) when you moved the shifter.

    Everybody here is treating you like a kid. Now fess up and tell them you're really 50 years old and your dad's 72.
     
  22. This.
     
  23. squirrel
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    1977....that's when I did that. I fixed it, too.

    Don't worry, it's just part of growing up with cars.
     
  24. Hot Rods Ta Hell
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    Is the 62 Chevy yours or your Dad's?
    How old are you?
    If it comes down to a brawl, can the Old Man still take you?

    If he's truly going to murder you, wait until after Thanksgiving dinner to tell him. That way you get one good last meal.
     
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  25. The last thing you want to do is lie about it, and especially lie to your old man. The car is broken and its nothing that some money and a few hours can't fix up better than new.

    I'd guess that your old man told you not to what you did. They do do that for a few reasons
     
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  26. APACHE FS
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    That's how a lot of us started fixing cars, to this day my Dad blames me for a blown trans in his car I never touched. I did buy and install new one... Figured it's a pay back for the shit he didn't find out about. Good luck, it's repairable for sure.
     
  27. Life's lessons never fail to teach. The rear end is toast and so is yours!.
     
    Last edited: Nov 26, 2015
  28. David Gersic
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    Guess you'll be getting dirty tomorrow. Rebuild the rear end, drop the trans pan too to see if there's anything in it.
     
  29. squirrel
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    I wonder if it's a cast iron powerglide, like I got to fix? or something a bit easier to work on
     
  30. wreckfixer
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    Quote from The Sandlot "you're dead where you stand"
     

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