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Why the manual gearbox cannot easily changed to the drive gear? why it is hard?

The gearbox is hard to change to the driving gear.

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May be low of fluid.

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defective release bearing!

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Have you serviced your transmission latley ? like filter and fluid change ? just a thought .. first thing I would do . then go from there. Jerry

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