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My 2007 crf150f is having alot of problems going into second gear

When i shift from first to second gear it just grinds and i have to force it into gear.

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  • roger lafreniere Dec 04, 2012

    It only does it when I shift into second no other gear

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SOURCE: when i shift into third the gears grind.. why?

sounds like the syncromesh has gone in the gearbox. If you dont want them to grind, you,ll have to double declutch. I f you cant do this, get a new gearbox.

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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shift cable could be out adjustment.check shift forks unit for loosen bolts or broken missing parts.

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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SOURCE: 95 Jeep wrangler wont go in gear

if this is something that started suddenly, it could be a leak in your master cylinder or slave cylinder, or your fluid could be low, or there could be air in the lines. Make sure it's full of fluid, and get back to me.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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YOU NEED TO TAKE YOUR TRANS OUT AND HAVE IT REBUILT, THE SYNCHROS ARE WORN OUT!!
THAT IS WHY YOU HAVE TROUBLE SHIFTING GEARS!!

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yes yes yes there s a newtral parking switch in those and you eitho bent or broke it off try puting the car in newtral not newtral you can see just go by feel shift the car into l1 try it then l2 try it
then d try it heck even try reverse and newtral
failing that you need a hays manual and a lot of time to crall arround eithor under your dash or hood depending what the book says
happy hunting and good luck
btw thats why all cars come with a parking or hand break dont be afraid to use it b4 you put your car in park it will save you a lot of problems in your tranny like bent parking pins from some moron bumping your car or just a hill or incline.

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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