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2000 laguna gear stick moving

Gear stick moving quite a bit when putting foot on or off accelerator

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SOURCE: renault laguna 1.9 dti blowing black smoke when it is accelerating

Try replacing the fuel filter, also add a fuel injector cleaner to your gas tank. If not have a shop clean out your trottle body.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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SOURCE: 2000 chevrolet tahoe - can't put the gear stick in

It sounds to me as if the cable isnt adjusted properly. I would check with the shop that put the tranny in and see if they could check the adjustment on the cable, more than likely when they put in the new trans they didnt bother to adjust the cable for the replacement transmission

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check the master cylinder

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SOURCE: bushes missing from gear stick and transfer stick

If it's a later model (post 98), then I have an idea what's happened. On the rounded ball end of the gear stick that goes in the box, there is meant to be a plastic bush that is only a very loose fit on the end of the stick. If it has dropped while either removing or replacing the gearstick, and fallen into the area at the back of where the gearstick actuates the shift rail, then apart from having a very sloppy gearstick, you won't be able to move the shift rail backwards - which is what happens when you move the gearstick forward (1st,3rd,5th). This should be fixable from in the cab. Of course, if you have an earlier model, none of the above applies, as you have the gearstick moving only one of a choice of three shift rails with no bush in that area. The only thing that happens to those is the spring on the gearstick breaks (that can't be replaced on its own!)

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SOURCE: Renault laguna 1999 1.9TDi When I put my foot

probable cause would be a blocked E.G.R valve you will need to clean it but be carefull they break easy.

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