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When driving my drive line kicks out of transmission and does not go back in till i manualy put it back in why

I think there is a lack of understanding of terminology in your statement
The drive line is that section from the gear box to the diff or if front wheel drive from the diff to the wheels
If it was to kick out as you say , there is no way that it would go back in as it would be all smashed up under the vehicle
so lets decipher what you are trying to say
The top gear (over drive ) jumps out of gear and I have to physically reselect the gear
would that be what the problem is?
if so then the problem will be from several things
loose gear box on bell housing or failed engine mounts
gear not fully engaged on selection
worn bearings on out put shaft
worn extension housing bush
selector mechanism worn out or loose
It is fixable but if you go to the local garage you will be sold a perfectly good gear box for what is basically nothing wrong

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I was cutting a large log and the saw kicked back. Echo GS 300. It now won't throttle up, acting like the kickback safety is locked but it is not. The throttle linkage is still connected also. Any...

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first drain the carby, then set your air mixture screw 2 turns out, from the fully turned in position. The starting proceedure is as follows, when the engine is COLD, turn on fuel, pull on the choke fully, and kick the engine over. DO NOT use any throttle, when the engine is cold, and the choke is on. Remember Choke on, NO throttle.
When warm, no choke, and a little throttle when kicking.

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look on the front axle there will be a plate that a actuator cable is attatched to remove that and chack the spring condition . it sounds like it wants to engage but is not getting fully locked in .

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4x4 transimission clunks when engaged?

When engaging the 4WD system, you are pulling the lever on the Transfer Case right? Not the transmission, it's a different gearbox.
There were several versions of transfer cases that used both full and part-time 4 wheel drive.
From your description this sounds like a part-time transfer case.
Going with that, it is somewhat normal to hear and feel a mild clunk when engaging 4WD high range, especially if you are at a complete stand-still or under full throttle.
Try engaging 4WD High while slowly rolling at idle - no throttle. It should pull in fairly smoothly.
Once 4WD is engaged it will literally LOCK the front and rear axles together. So do not do it on hard dry pavement.
These older style 4WD systems need a little "give" especially when turning. The engineers assume you are not engaging 4WD unless you are in a somewhat slippery scenario.
Many CV joints, axles, U-Joints, differentials, and transfer cases are damaged and broken by folks who don't understand this.
Reading the owners manual should provide a clearer description of what you've got.
Bear in mind that when you come out of 4WD it may not completely release, again due to hard pavement binding up the axles. You can try this: backing up 10-25 feet in a straight line, or getting one set of wheels on the shoulder or in some gravel. That should allow it to release the transfer case and go back to everyday 2WD high.
I hope this helps.

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