Question about 2006 Fiat 124
Check that you have oil in the gearbox and that the drive shfts are securely fitted in the box. If all this is ok, then a reconditiond, second hand or new replacement box is the order of the day. Before you buy another box, when the box is off the engine, dismantle the clutch and inspect it. It may be the preasure plate is breaking up. Anyway it is only another ten minutes on the job. If you find wear in the clutch, repace it at the same time as you change the box. Sorry for the bad news.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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