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2003 Toyota Celica GTs 6-speed transmission problem

My transmission had been grinding going into 3rd. Now it don't work at all. Is there any adjustment in shift linkage?

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    i hace exactly the same problem


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    i need the shifting cables for my celica gts 2001 and they cost a lot of money.. where can i find them cheaper?

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    transmission shifts hard into 2cd and 3rd gear

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Grinding going into third gear only may indicate a worn syncronizer ring. There are no adjustments on the shift cables, so I doubt highly that changing the cables will help you, since you are talking about 3rd gear only. Please note: This issue may be still under warranty, if your vehicle has less than 60,000 miles and is not 5 years old. Replacement of 6-speed internal parts is best left to a pro.

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