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Re: Short 5th question 6 years, 4 months ago #16489

My money is that is what has happened. Any solution or just scrap the transaxle?
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Re: Short 5th question 6 years, 4 months ago #16490

  • Kurt R
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There are a few threads on Rennlist and Pelican talking about getting the gearbox apart after this happens, and I guess it comes down to how much time do you want to spend vs how many dollars you want to spend. The fastest and cheapest solution may be to get another low mileage used box, assuming you know the condition of the bearings and synchros.

I would try to remove the shift rod, and if you can't get it out because the 3/4 shift fork won't go back into neutral, then look for another one, but I say that because I have a parts car with what I hope is a good transmission.

Re: Short 5th question 6 years, 4 months ago #16529

  • Kurt R
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Sterling Doc wrote:
I will try and remember to take a poll for you, kurt.
Did you remember?

Re: Short 5th question 6 years, 4 months ago #16562

Sorry, did not. Maybe a poll on Rennlist?
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