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Transmission problems i cant shift .its not stuck the but the arm is real sloppy

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Since you haven't already pulled the case apart to have a look I'm betting you aren't mechanically minded, so best to take it to a mechanic and get him to fix it.
If you HAVE to do it yourself, get a good manual (or a good friend) and see what looks cactus inside.

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