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Carmy 2004 manual gear running time 5th gear not applying back neutral position what was problem. Please advise

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something has come loose ,look at linkage on top of the gearbox as often a plastic cup on the end of the movement come off

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chances are it sounds like the gearbox section is not in good shape. sorry to say.

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