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Picture of internal gear selection on a Nissan 1400 gearbox

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SOURCE: my nissan 1400 has excessive play in the gearlever

with someone in the car holding the gear as neutral as possible, you'll need to get under the car and look for the linkage cables connecting from the gearbox to the transmission and tighten up any slack

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IF a transmission (not gear box) gets low on transmission fluid - that can certainly cause bad damage..
A automatic transmission rund by hydrolic bands - not gears..

A re-built trani is pretty much as good as a new one - and certainly less expensive than a new one..

Most all auto trani's are re-built rather than being replaced with a new one..

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with someone in the car holding the gear as neutral as possible, you'll need to get under the car and look for the linkage cables connecting from the gearbox to the transmission and tighten up any slack

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