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Problem shifting between 1st and 2nd only

My 05 s2000 is at times hard to get into 1st or 2nd i have a stage 4 clutch and it does not do it all the time it is however anything but smooth all the time

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Check 1st and 2nd shift rods bracket for looseness or wear .also check shift linkages for binding and looseness.

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