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I am having a difficult time shifting my 5 speed trans into reverse. Threre is a tremendous grinding sound when I attempt this and now I am having a difficult time shifting between the gears.

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  • brad408 Apr 27, 2010

    I was looking at my owners manual last night and found a "clutch fluid reservoir" which was very empty. I filled it with the remaining DOT3/4 brake fluid that I had and my problem has gone away. I have never seen this before and it has remedied my problems.thanks for your assistance.

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Hello. I believe that you have one of two possible problems. First, your linkage from the shifter to the transmission may be mal-adjusted (best case senario) I just repaired this same thing on a Saturn, it was the linkage. Second, the syncronizers in your transmission have failed/broken. Check the linkage first, if that isn't it...transmission shop asap.

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    Ssgt. Chip Webber USMC Apr 27, 2010

    If your hydrolic clutch fluid was empty, there must be a reason, that you really should check out with a local shop. You really don't want for this to continue to happen. Thank you for trusting FixYa.com to help get you going! Please rate our session when finished, and again...Thanks.

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