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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 the drive gear.

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If it is manual transmission and hard to put it on gear, have clutch checked for adjustment, bleed the hydraulic system, or possible clutch failure.

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SOURCE: Automatic gearbox takes a long time before it will change gears

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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You have a failed component in the transmisssion, have it tested for a potential fault code.

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Looks like the shifting cable had been remove during the installation of the engine rubber mount and failed to check the shift point during re installation. Adjust the link cable to the appropriate shifting points.
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Sound like a valve solenoids problem, first check quality trans fluid and right levels, if not, remove trans oil pan and check a maintenance job.

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SOURCE: why the manual gearbox cannot easily change the drive gear ?

I haven't done one of these for years the only thing that comes to mind is that the sin-crone is worn and it makes it hard to go in

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