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Hard to shift

Five speed shifting, this morning it became very difficult to change gears. When I pressed extra ******* the clutch pedal it made shifting a little easier.

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  • Ezeco Jun 11, 2008

    The diagram help me locate parts related to the problem, however all I needed was some break fluid for the clutch pedel.

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    my clutch seems to be changing gears ok but when i press down it seems a little glitchy and sqeaky now??it just started today

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Hard to shift - 4c156c1.gif 1. Check the select cable for proper operation and for damage. 2. Check the shift cable for proper operation and for damage. 3. Check the boot for damage. 4. Check each bushing for wear, abrasion, sticking, restricted movement or damage. 5. Check for a weak or damaged spring.

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