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90 4runner On a rough road, while moving for about 5 minus my 1st gear just silently slip to neutral. My clutch is new like 6 months.

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  • Anonymous Aug 25, 2008

    The fluid is new at the same time I put in the new clutch and the level is at required. Theres no leaking gear oil.

  • steven bruce May 11, 2010

    did you change the fluid too

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Not necessarily the shift forks or anything else, yes that may be one problem, the other problem I have seen on my buddy's Nissan, it does the same thing, you may need to get it rebuilt, it might be something with the gears inside the transmission. Besides old and contaminated fluid

Posted on Nov 26, 2011

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    Lance Mobley Dec 01, 2011

    possibly your synchro's...

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There are shift forks in the shift linkage inside the transmission that are worn because you rest your hand on the shifter between shifts and while waiting at a light this will require the transmission to be rebuilt to cure then take your hand completely off the shifter between shifts and at lights when you are waiting.
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Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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