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Transmission knocking when i'm not in gear or the clutch is not pushed in, my transmission knocks!

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That seems to be the Top-shaft bearing thts gone,so now theres a play when neither the clutch nor the gears are engaged.
You will have to drop the gear box down!

Posted on May 10, 2009

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