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Why is gear handle moving when in 5th gear? Other gears are ok

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If the movement is side to side, there is a worn linkage bushing in your shift linkage.

Posted on May 09, 2014

  • Eddie L
    Eddie L May 09, 2014

    it is vertical movements,up and down

  • Eddie L
    Eddie L May 09, 2014

    vertical movements

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SOURCE: Hi i cant get 5th

sounds like the baulk ring has broken up ,you will need to replace this or get a recon box.

Posted on Mar 29, 2011

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