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My 2006 klf 300 4x4 keeps jumping out of gear but when stays in gear it makes clicking noise which sounds like its coming from the gearbox?

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Can be one of the gear shiters arms that are bended or more likely an bearing has gone now with all of those play it strugels to get gears

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Suspect bad synchro's in transmission

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You have a bent shift fork. The engine comes out and the bottom case gets removed. This exposes the gears and below the gears, the shift drum and shift forks. Generally speaking this is not a job for the Saturday mechanic. Some special tools are involved.

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You need to overhaul the engine and check the gear drum selector and it's bearings

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Is your bike chain drive? It sound like you have a link in the chain hanging up. Check it and lube it.

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