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Gear lever has big play selects 3rd and 4th gear only

Has a rod system with linkage at bottom of gearbox which is loose

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Sounds like your halfway there .the linkage is probably worn or has come apart needs puttung back together get workshop manual to help

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Could but just the gearbox selector rod has come loose a local garage may be able to fix problem within half an hour without removing or replacing gearbox and should only cost very little.
If there was not major bang then i doubt any gearbox trouble it will just be a simple linkage issue.

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