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How do I adjust a mini 1275Es gears I only get first gear and second gear? ?

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First check remote rods connecting to gearbox, they are like ball joints and may have come loose, even the joints under the gear lever itself, if these are perfect it will mean the gear may have to come out.

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Are we referring to a manuel tranny or automotic? If its a manuel tranny, you have a bad syncro in the transmission. This would require a complete tranny tear down.
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SOURCE: 2005 mini cooper grinds when going into 2nd gear.

You will;; need to remove the transmission and replace the synchronizers.

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