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The gear lever and foot plate keep coming loose and i cant change gear.Its a jinlun texan 125

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SOURCE: where is the fuse located in a Jinlun 125 11

Under the seat beside the battery

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The car has an automatic transmission and all of a sudden i had no reverse had no slipping or nothing the drive gears work fine no slipping grinding nothing shifts through all gears just fine


It may just need servicing/adjusting.

Your reverse gear is actually first gear ... when you select reverse another 'cog' fits into the toothed wheels to change the direction of first gear ... to give you reverse...

It may be a sticky valve or just a bit of adjustment (workshop job..) that is required.

What you can try ..

Start the car ... move the lever through all the positions several times (foot on brake..). Keep your foot on the brake and then put it in reverse and rev the car. Hard!

Try doing it several times.

An auto transmission works on valves opening and closing. Reverse gear - in comparison with the forward gears - is seldom used. The reverse valve can 'stick'. Try forcing it to open ... frighten it ... but keep your foot on the brake...

Jan 18, 2016 | 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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Changed tranny fluid lost fifth gear


Start your vehicle and keep your foot on the brake. Move the transmission lever through the entire range of gears including reverse, several times.

Then check the transmission fluid level.

It doesn't sound as though you have too much to worry about. Valves in a transmission unit can become 'glazed' and sticky. When this happens they don't open and close at the correct pressure/speeds.

If need be, repeat the same process with your foot on the brake and the vehicle in D. Give the engine a few revs, but keep your foot on the brake... you're trying to build up gearbox pressure and move a sticking valve.

If there's no improvement consider using a gearbox additive - there are many on the market which will free sticking valves - and take your vehicle for a test drive.

Dec 22, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Car dosent go in reverse easy


which one? moving the car or set the reverse gear?
1. reverse gear? if the gearbox are okay please try changing new clutch plate or set.
2. check gearbox lever connection to your knob rod might loose or something..
hope solve it..

Oct 27, 2013 | Dodge Cars & Trucks

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Where is the fuse located in a Jinlun 125 11


Under the seat beside the battery

Mar 13, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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The car is stuck in Park and will not come out is there a brake sensor or what. You used to have to step on the brake hard now nothing.


manny your problem is the shift lever solenoid, you didnt say what type car you have so i cant tell you where to look for it, if you can find the location of this part one option is to just unplug it and leave it unplugged, if you choose to do this beware that the car will now go into gear without your foot having to be applied to the brake, the purpose of this part is just a safety device to keep you from putting the car in gear without your foot on the brake, unplugging it will have no adverse effect on the performance of your car

Jan 24, 2011 | Infiniti Q Cars & Trucks

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I disassemled the tilt steering wheel to my 1990 Chevy Suburban because the tilt was loose. The steering wheel moved side to side at the tilt location which was right above the gear shift lever bowl. I...


You will have to remove the lock plate and the turn signal plastic assembly, from inside the column housing, in order to access and tighten up the three hex screws that have come loose, allowing the tilt column to move side to side. I have done this numerous times, in the mid 90's, when the 80's GM tilt columns started to come loose with age. The hardest part is getting that lock plate off, and replacing it, if you don't have a lock plate puller, so make sure you have one or else get one, as it will save you lots of time and fustration. Good luck.

Oct 05, 2010 | 1990 Chevrolet Suburban

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Gears have to be changed manually


check to see if your shift cable, (depending on how old your car is) is broken or not. the shift cable should be attach your throttle plate to your transmission. if your throttle plate lever has nobs that dont have cables connected to them that should be a worry too. pull on the metal of the cables (not the sleeve) to see if any are loose or pop out. replace those that are broken if need be.

If your car is a fly-by-wire (meaning no mechanical connection between your throttle and transmission) i really would not be able to know without being there. but you could check to see if you have any pinched, corroded, or broken wires coming off of your throttle plate or off of your transmission. if there is then that is probably your problem. keep me updated and i hope this helps! goodluck with it.
                                  Joe.

Mar 14, 2010 | 2001 Kia Sephia

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The 4 wheel drive shifter is broken. How does the linkage to the transfer case come apart?


Shift Lever NOTE: Remove the shift ball only if the shift ball, boot or lever (7E067) is being replaced.
Removal
  1. Raise vehicle on hoist and position suitable safety stands under vehicle.
  1. Prior to removing the control lever assembly (7E069), be sure the shifter is in the 2H position.
  1. Loosen (do not remove) the nut retaining the shift handle (7E067) to the control lever assembly (7E069). Remove the shift handle (7E067) from the control lever assembly (7E069).
  1. Remove the vent hose (7D494) from the notch in the detent plate.
  1. Remove the control rod (7A315) from the control lever assembly (7E069). ani_caut.gif CAUTION: When removing the control rod (7A315) off the control lever assembly (7E069), do so very gently so as not to damage the control lever assembly.
  1. Loosen (do not remove) the large pivot bolt holding the control lever assembly (7E069) to the detent plate.
  1. Swing the control lever assembly (7E069) out of the way and remove the two bolts (39129-S2) retaining the detent plate to the transmission extension housing. Remove the entire control lever assembly from the vehicle.
Installation
  1. Prior to installing the control lever assembly, be sure the transfer case link (7B106) is in the 2H position (pointing upward).
  1. Install the two bolts (39129-S2) to retain the control lever assembly (7E069) to the transmission extension housing and tighten to 92-125 Nm (68-92 ft-lb). Refer to the following illustration for bolt hole application.
  1. Attach the control rod (7A315) to the control lever assembly (7E069).
  1. Tighten the large pivot bolt to 92-125 Nm (68-92 ft-lb).
  1. Attach the vent hose (7D494) into the notch in the detent plate so the white mark is flush to the outside surface of the plate.
  1. Install the shift handle (7E067) into the control lever assembly (7E069). Tighten the retaining nut to 27-38 Nm (20-28 ft-lb).
  1. Check transfer case for proper shifting and operation.

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Feb 27, 2010 | 1992 Ford F250

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