Question about 1993 Ford F150 SuperCab
This is only a possible explanation, and solution, as I haven't had or worked on a manual for over 30 years. Therefore this is only a "shot in the dark." Back in the 70s I helped a friend with a Chevy C-10 with the same problem.
When we got the transmission out and opened up we found that the "fork" which moved the 2nd gear assembly into and out of engagement had BENT, and become disengaged from the 2nd gear assembly.
Obviously, though he wouldn't admit it he, or someone, had put too much "muscle" into making the shift into 2nd gear, had bent the fork so badly that it became disengaged from the gear.
Rather than try restraighten it we bought and installed a new replacement fork.
I hope the problem and solution is simpler than this, but it's a possibility.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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