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Hard to get 2nd gear

"Notchy" transmission. My manual transmission has always felt notchy and sometimes will not shift into 2nd gear. It stays in gear once shifted, but it is difficult to shift.

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Forks probably bent or worn out.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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