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2006 kawasaki kx85, only shifts to first gear and back to neutral. just had bottem and top end rebuilt last year, now I have no second or up gears

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    i have a same problem i bang it in 1st then try go up but it just goes back into neutral but i dont know if i jus need a new gear selector rod that rins into the gear box

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Your dogs are grounded out. You are going to need your trans overhauled.

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