Okay, here goes. I have a 2000 GTS with a few little minor mods, and the tranny was grabbing gears a bit around 10,000 miles. I purchased that max care warranty from Bill P (Woodhouse) when I bought the car, so I brought it to Buhler Dodge in NJ (another story all together) for a tranny fix. Well, Buhler Dodge swapped out the tranny with a new tranny, and the Viper tech who is named Joey put in a resistor I bought from Ebay to bypass the ship shift feature (headache) while the car was on the lift. Anyhow, Joey is a great guy and I give him all thumbs up, but I take the car home. To be clear, the new tranny and the new resistor as they were installed at the same time. Joey said my clutch looked excellent since it only had 11,000 miles on it, so I thought all was well.
On the way home I thought it was grabbing a bit again on the gears, like the syncros were still new and it kind of "raked" the gears a bit just a hair like before on some shifts despite the clutch being pressed to the floor. At first I thought it was my imagination, but it wasn't. I took it back to Joey at Buhler and he eventually removed the shift resistor that I bought for $15 off of Ebay and they said my problem is gone. I'm a volume Ebay seller (ID: ILUVMYGTO) and use Ebay for some buying, and I thought this would work for the lame price of $15 including shipping. My question is do these resistors just suck? Should I buy a regular shift eliminator kit? Anyone heard of this? Who killed Jimmy Hoffa? Lastly what is Brittney Spear's home phone number-I seemed to have misplaced it recently. [img]/images/graemlins/jackoff[/img]
Thank you all in advance fellow snake owners!