Re: Lost 6th gear?
Was it ever hard to go into gear in the last 3 to 6k after the clutch was put in?
Did he feel something pop and lost it all of the sudden?
Sounds like a broken or bent shift fork. I don't remember if that is one of the long or short shift forks.
When/if you pull the tranny, just stand it up on the bell housing, remove the BIG nut on the passenger side, (it is a detent for the shift rails, it is also locktited, so it is a bit of a pain) then unbolt all of the casing bolts, and seperate the rear of the case from the front. There is nothing holding the guts too the rear of the case, it will lift off fairly easy when you get the sealant to let go. Then you will be able to look and see if one of the forks is bent or broken.
The floorboard does not unbolt like the older trucks.
Let me know if you need anything else.
2000 F350 CC dually auto
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Little air, fuel and oil and a BTS.