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Gear stick has come out of socket suzuki vitara jx 1998

Changing gear the gear lever came out of its socket but I manoevered it back in

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  • jean_thirkil Jan 05, 2009

    My problem is on 1998 suzuki vitara jx estate car not a motorbike which came up. Anyway I thought it might be something like a spring clip or nut and bolt will let you know how I get on . tHANKS VERY MUCH. Jeannie T


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The shifter should have place for a nut and bolt, to where it clamps the shifter to the shifting rod.

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I am riding a K1200RS BMW 1998 model , how do i know when to change the gear oil and while riding sometimes the gearlever is getting stuck in 3rd gear. how do i fix my problem?


On a 1997 and 1998 BMW K1200RS gearbox oil should be inspected each 20,000km. Changing the oil is very easy, and shouldn't take more than a few minutes as it down't look like the side panels need to be removed.
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Check the side stand switch and switch on clutch lever. Both can cause problems. In this case the switch on the clutch lever may well be sticking and the engine is being stopped because the system believes you have started the bike in gear with the clutch engaged. ( Which is obviously not the case)
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I have a 1981 suzuki gs 400 and the gear lever seams to be sticking badly. Can't get it back into neutral ? It has been leaking but I don't know where from


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Transmission will shift into, or out of gear, but will not spring back into position. For instance. If you want to shift into first gear, you have to push down on the shift lever, then back up just a...


If shaft and lever is undamaged, more than likely the gear selector shaft spring is misaligned or broken. Place in neutral. Remove pinch bolt from gear lever and remove lever. Undo covers and sprocket for access to selector mechanism.

The link below has exploded view diagrams and part numbers/names for the whole bike in sections.

Gear shifting is 6th from bottom of list.
Goodluck and Cheers.

http://www.motorcycle.mrsuzukiparts.com/2003-RM125.htm

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My bike is clutched


shift fork in trans is not engaging need to let someone open trans and sovle the issue those trans are not hard to fix but if you dont know how the shift fork needs to be to fuction seek pro help

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Just below 6000 rpm on mine... also.. I could also only find 5 gears... its very easy to go through 2 gears instead of one. The other gears are there, just be gentle with the change lever and you should be fine.

If you still cant find them, put the bike on its centre stand and rotate the back wheel manually and change the gears by hand ...you should find em all.

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