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Transmission or clutch or shifter

92 trooper 4x4 5spd only able to use 4th gear. Can {seemingly] put it in other gears put upon releasing the clutch nothing [ except 4th gear].

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4th gear is driven straight thru the middle of the gearbox. All the other gears are driven via the lay gear. I'm not 100% familiar with your particular box but it seems like a key on the front gear of your layshaft is sheared. This can be brought on by towing heavy loads in 5th. hope this helps.

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