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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pull the shifter out and check for bent and worn parts, most likely the shaift rails are worn out and it is stuck between gears.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
SOURCE: my 2000 mitsubishi eclipse is
It would help if you said if it was automatic or manual transmission.
I will assume manual.
But it still matters if it is a 4 or 5 speed?
First thing to do is check the transmission fluid level, and make sure it is full.
Synchros always stick when out of oil.
Then it is probably linkage.
Have someone move it forward and back, and watch the linkage from the engine compartment or underneath, to see what is loose or jammed on something.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
Disconnect the battery terminals for a minuite to reset the computers
reconnect battery terminals and then see,If still the same problem.Then its faulty.TCU/TCM(transmission control unit) causing this problem.The TCM/TCU has to be inspected and replaced.
For getting TCU/TCNM scanned:--- The tcu diagnostic plug is near the fuse box on the drivers side .you can get the TCM scanned at local car garages,who has diagnostic scanner.Also you can get it scanned at autozone service center.--------- This will help.Keep updated thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Feb 16, 2011
SOURCE: Need to replace 2007 Mitsubishi
FIRST YOU'LL NEED A CARLIFT, OR CAR RAMPS! YOU'LL NEED TO GET UNDERNEATH THE CAR TO DO THIS! ONCE YOU'RE THERE, YOU'LL HAVE TO REMOVE ALL THE BOLTS, HOLDING THE TRANSMISSION PAN ON! LEAVE AT LEAST 2 BOLTS IN TILL THE FLUID DRAINS OUT, OR YOU'LL GET A BATH! ONCE IT STOPS DRAINING, YOU CAN REMOVE THE 2 BOLTS AND LOWER THE PAN SO YOU CAN DRAIN THE REST OF THE FLUID OUT OF IT! ONCE YOU DO THAT, YOU'LL NEED TO REMOVE THE FILTER! IT IS INSIDE THE PAN, ON THE BOTTOM OF THE TRANSMISSION ( LOOKS LIKE A METAL COVER WITH BOLTS IN IT)! ONCE YOU'VE DONE THAT, YOU CAN PUT THE NEW FILTER IN! THEN SCRAPE OFF THE OLD GASKET FROM THE PAN, AND CLEAN ALL FLUID OUT OF IT! BE SURE THE AREA AROUND THE TRANSMISSION PART IS CLEAN, AND BOLT THE PAN BACK ON! THEN REFILL IT WITH THE RECOMMENDED TRANSMISSION FLUID! MOST DEALERS CAN TELL YOU HOW MANY QUARTS OF FLUID YOU NEED, AND WHAT TYPE! THEN PUT IT BACK ON THE GROUND, AND CHECK THE FLUID LEVEL TO BE SURE IT IS FULL, AND YOU'VE DONE IT! BE SURE TO CHECK FOR LEAKS WHILE ON THE GROUND!
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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