Question about 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse
You mean it jumps out of gear? The dogs on the gears are worn, You need to get in there and replace either one or two gears to fix the problem, I would check out the whole thing while you are at it, It is a fairly easy fix, but If you have trouble with screwdrivers, you will need a mechanic. The tranny will need to be dropped, and the shift mech removed, and get the view of the gears meshing before taking it apart. It might not be easy to see, sometimes they don't look worn, but the slightest little bit of edge gone will cause it to jump, those things are pretty tough. Sometimes just being a bent shaft or shift yoke, will do it, sometimes a shim is gone and the gears don't mesh right, check the oil for pieces of teeth or any metal bigger than a chip or flake. Check it out, hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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