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Peugot 307, 2003

The gear knob has become all floppy and is stuck in one gear

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  • eastendboy21 Feb 26, 2009

    i pulled in to a car park and as i stoped i heard a pop, then the gear changer went all floppy and now car is stuck in 2nd gear, had a look under the car and have noticed that there is a rod or poll hanging down form the gear box area at a glance looks like it fixes to the engine but im not 100% shore as its dark out side, looks like there 2 hole in rod were screws might go all help greatfully recived ; )



    kind regards sean

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The gear linkage will have popped off at the gearbox. Look down the back of the gearbox, have a fish around and you should find a connecting rod loose and flopping around. Look for the ball joint it connects to and replace. A tip is just before you reconnect the rod back onto the ball joint, wrap the ball joint with a small piece of plastic bag, this will take up the play, and allow you to get home. I would recommend buying a new rod.

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