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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You don't say what year, make or model your Chevy is, so I can only give your a general answer.
I assume the you have a floor shift manual 6 speed transmission. The most likely problem is a broken shift actuator rod in the transmission.
The shift handle goes into the top of the transmission. On the end of shifter there is a ball or rounded end. The end goes into three or four slots on the top of the gear case. Each slot is connected to a rod that controls a particular set of gears. ie 1-2, 3-4, 5-6 and reverse is by itself. Moving the shifter left and right select which slot the shifter controls and the forward-back moment selects the gear.
On some model cars the top or the gear case can be accesses from inside the vehicle by removal of the rubber boot around the shifter. There is a small chance that the repair could be made without removal of the transmission. The problem could also be major if the internal gear (packs) or bearings are damaged. In either event, you will need the services of an experienced transmission mechanic.
I hope this helps, If you can leave a further question in the comment, perhaps I can give you more information. Good Luck.
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Posted on Jun 22, 2011
SOURCE: have 2000 camaro ss 6
So out with the trans & break it down
You find the problems once it is all over your
Worn Synchros ,happens when your having fun
jamming it through the gears
I beat the heck out a 65 Stingray I bought new
& get lots of experience pulling the trans & working
on the entire car myself,no teacher in the 1960's
Being a machinist at the time helped
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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