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2000 yz250 shift to bottom (neutral) won't drop into 1st

All new tranmission parts.. forks, etc.. first fired it up, and shift all the way down is neutral, won't go down into 1st gear and no click on the lever, or 1/2 click back up or down for neutral. I can click up and hit 2nd, 3rd, 4th, but don't think I hit 5th.. Thanks

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Check your shifting drum.may have left a pin out of the shifting drum.

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SOURCE: 2nd gear does not work on my Yamaha Virago xv250

Sounds like a slightly bent shift fork. The slider gear isn't quite engaging into 2nd. If the bend gets worse then you won't get into first and the pedal will get real stiff in those gears. The repair is best done in the shop.

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SOURCE: 2006 R6 Shifting Problem

Howdy: The 3rd and 4th gears are used the most, after awhile the dog and shifting forks get worn more. Try changing to Yamaha Lube simi-syn oil 10/40. Drain oil after warm up (get trans oil warm). The oil is in a silver 4gal containe at the Yamaha dealer. This oil has helped me.
Good luck - Doug

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SOURCE: i have a 2000 v star classic it shifts fine in 1st

The problem is a bent shift fork. The repair is major surgery on the transmission. The entire engine comes apart just to get to the forks. Some special tools are required. The generic diagram below shows how the shift forks work. tombones49_267.gif

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