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Manual ,well try pumping some grease into the gearbox your problem is a worn baulk ring on the syncro and to fit a new cluster is a gearbox out type repair job.More that the car is worth no doubt so add a grease gun full of LM grease to the gearbox and learn how to double the clutch so you can change gear without a crunch .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1995 eagle talon wont start
You did not specify if its petrol or Diesel I am assuming it is diesel. It might be the glow plugs. Get them checked as you will need these to get it started. If its petrol its a different issue. It might be the ignition coil (no spark) coming to the distributor. Whichever the type of car make sure that there is fuel coming to the engine. In the case of diesel you should have a primer rubber fuel pump which you press in order to bring fuel to the engine.
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Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Short of a leaking vacuum line, damaged shift cable or linkage, or a band adjustment, there are no cheap or easy fixes. Drop the transmission pan and look for chunks of metal from the bands or bits of fibrous clutch material. Sooty looking deposits are normal. If you see any chunks, get ready to replace the transmission. Considering that the van is 20 years old, If it is a high mileage vehicle and/or very rusty, you might want to consider just scrapping it, since a rebuilt transmission will run you about $1300, and you don't want to get into a position of having way more money invested in the vehicle than it is worth.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
a number of issues. Tcc regulator bore worn out, the infamous check ball seat it hammered badly, or/and calibration issues. I have seen all three issues on the same trans - often!
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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