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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think the shift linkage is all internal so if you can get the shifter pulled out of the top of the trans through the floor, you can probably realign the linkage to a neutral position and reinstall shifter.
There may be something worn or broken that caused it or just one of those fluke happenings.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: isuzu trooper stuck in 1st gear
Likely the forks on the shift rail inside the trans are sliding on the shaft or are worn. I believe your unit needs to be removed to check this.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
That does sound like a linkage adjustment problem.
If that does not work, I'd try a fluid change and filter. But your diagnostics with pulling on the gear shifter is a pretty good indication of a linkage problem.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
HI look under car in between transmission and engine look for sign of clear fluid like brake fluid.If you don't find any replace your clutch master cylinder.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
Your best bet here is to go to the dealer or a reputable tune up shop and see if they will provide you with wiring diagrams for both years. If you explain your predicament, they will most likely give them to you.They don't like to tackle these kinds of jobs. Then you will have to go through them to see what is different.That is the only way to solve this problem.
Every year there are changes in the details with wiring harness and it's probable that you may have to change the position of some wires going into or out of the computer. Trace out the circuit on both diagrams and reconfigure the 89 harness to match the contact points and routing obf the 90 and you should be able to get your wipers working properly and your gauges to stop flashing. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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