Question about 2007 Mazda Speed 6 Sedan
Gary, I've worked in a tranny shop for quite some time now and I've seen this problem before. I'm not going to tell you this is the problem, but it should put you in the right direction. I'm pretty sure the problem your having is indeed in the gearbox itself. Sorry for the bad news, but it sounds like your syncronizers are out of mesh. These ring type sleeves make sure that when you shift gears, it meshes the teeth of 2 gears together. Basically, times everything together. My suggestion would be to take it to a tranny shop and get an opinion from a mechanic, seeing on how it is a major job....and as for the clutch problem, it could be many different factors. Flywheel, Slave cylinder, driving habits, release bearing....and the list goes on. Hope this help you.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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