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1995 nissan altima gxe 5 sp no first gear

When i try to put the car in first gear it will go in slightly then start to grind as soon as i let off the clutch and kick it out of first, all the rest of the gears seem fine. Anyone have this problem or know what it could be????

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  • dragon_custo Dec 27, 2008

    how do i replace that? or would i have to take it to a shop?

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You have a damaged synchronizer on the first gear , needs to be replaced. Good Luck

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  • O Mclean Dec 28, 2008

    Yeah because you have to take the transmission apart to get to that gear. AAMCO is a good place. Good Luck

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