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Having trouble with linkage,hard to get in gear 1986 toyota MR2

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  • meatyryon Mar 12, 2009

    Thanks but I replaced those already,I think its with the control shaft, it may have sheared a pin.

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Check the bushings at the motor for the shift cables, worn or binding. The MR2 club has a link to a company who makes brass replacement bushings. 

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