Question about 1998 Mitsubishi 3000GT
1995 MITS 3000GT SL,JUST LOST 5TH GEAR,NO NOISE FROM TRANSMISSION,SHIFTS SMOOTHLY THRU ALL GEARS BUT NO 5TH GEAR--HELP
I have the same problem. on the passenger side under the fender you will have access to the transmission. Remove the cap on the end. You will need to drain the transmission fluid and replace all the gears in the end cap if damaged hopefully they are not and you can just tighten up the nut. What happens is a nut comes loose and backs off the pressure on the bearings and you loose 5th. I removed the entire transmission and opened it up. There is nothing wrong with the other gears, because your problem is with the 5th gear synchronizer assembly. I let mine go too long and I'm having to replace everything. Make sure you put the appropriate torque on the nut and hit it with a hammer to lock it down. This should really be designed with a different method of keeping that nut in place. It's costing me lots of time and now money at the stealership. Good LUCK.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
I tried this on my car I still dont have fifth. What else can cause it? None of the gears are damaged but the nut was loose.
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