Question about Acura Legend
Probably your synchros in the transmission, if so it's cheaper to replace the tranny with a known good/tested junkyard trans.
If it was your release bearing on your clutch you would hear a ringing noise when you push the clutch in to release it.
If the car is in overall good shape you might consider changing the trans and installing a new clutch kit, it will come with the bearings, etc. Be prepared to lose a gear completely and you'll have to skip that gear during your shifting order to get up to speed.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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