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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, Permanant fix, take to garage and get them to replace link shaft on gear change mechanism. Or temp fix, get a tin of WD 40 with the plastic pipe that can be pushed onto the spray nozzle. Get a chopstick or simillar. Put chopstick down side of gear rubber gater. Do this by pulling blue rubber gater away from gear knob and gently inserting chopstick down into gater. Put the WD 40 plastic pipe down gater alongside the chopstick and spray a good amount. then roll the chopstick around to another possition and spray more WD 40. repeat until you have done it four or five possitions covering all round. Job done.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
if it is a cable operated clutch system , then replace the cable
if it hydraulic then replace the master cylinder.
Posted on Aug 30, 2015
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