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I have a Allison 8 speed with the sector Pad, it flash on and off and sound like it is plunged into a blinker module.

this is on a Army surplus LMTV M1078

I just picked it up Tuesday. Transmission issue was a very unexpected and unpleasant surprise.

I hope somebody can help me

JDR
 
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Army surplus LMTV M1078

I don't think you will find any useful information here about the Allison 8 speed transmission. The LNTV was released to the army in 1996, Barth ceased operation in 1997/1998, the 8 speed did not see service in the RV market during this time and still the transmission of choice for RV is the allison 6 speed series MD3000/MD4000.

A resource you might try is:

ted@allisontransmissionpart.com

(336)694-4444

Ted has help a few of us on this forum
Good luck with this!


Ed
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