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Gearbox Hi i have a daewoo lanos 1.4. the car drives really well, it goes into gear really smooth, but if i rest my hand on gearstick it feels like it push or pop back, iv been told that some makes do this, is this normal for this make. kevin

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Hi there yes that is normal for some cars
because it slides on a little rod underneath the gear stick

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