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The lever popped off of my scoop, How do i manouver the spring and gear in order to put the lever back on?

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Have a 1983 Suzuki GS550. When downshifting, the bike stays in the downshifted gear, however shifter stays in "first" rather then popping up back into "neutral". Have to pick up by foot in order to do


The transmission must be shifted up from first to neutral. Sometimes neutral must be "hunted for". If you are operating the shift properly then there is a small spring under the cover where the lever is mounted that may be broken or out of place. Drain the oil before removing the cover.

Feb 16, 2015 | 1983 Suzuki Gs 550 L

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Shifter loose like a spring is gone have to hold to left to work it properly 2007 suzuki forenza


get to the top of the gear box and you will find 4 bolts that hold the turret to the top of the box take it off and the gear lever comes with it . In the gear box there will be a slot across all the selector rails that is neutral for the gear lever. At one end of the slot you will see a plunger that is spring loaded This prevents inadvertent selection of reverse and it pushes the gear lever to the central position. check that spring operation

Aug 20, 2014 | 2007 Suzuki Forenza Sedan

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My Toyota Prado 1999 model is jumping out of 1st gear.


check that the gear lever is not restricted in the movement and that the pivot pin in the tower for the lever is tight as this will not allow full engagement of the gear. Other reasons for gear disengagement are misalignment of the bell housing to rear of the motor, failing clutch shaft bearing, failing spigot needle roller bearings between the input shaft and the main shaft, tapered lugs on the syncro dog and gears , and worn extension housing bush or if it has a transfer case the a failing bearing between the gear box and transfer case.

May 27, 2014 | 1999 Toyota Land Cruiser

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Bike dies when put in gear


Hi Ron, I would check the clutch interface switch at the clutch lever it sounds as if it is either faulty, broken, come loose or stuck. Some bikes have loads of problems with this beastie. Pull in the clutch lever then try spraying some lube between the lever and the stock and see if you can see the switch plunger move. You might have to remove the clutch lever completely to see this if you do then you should be able to push the plunger in by finger and see it spring back out. The whole switch does in some cases come loose if you look for 2 wires going into the clutch lever stock see it the thing they go into is loose or pushed out, normally they just push back with a slight click. When you operate the clutch lever the switch plunger should move out allowing the bike to start in gear. On my Suzuki you have to operate the clutch lever to start even in neutral. Hope this helps

May 19, 2014 | 1993 Honda GL 1500 Aspencade Gold Wing

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Rebuilt bottom end, all gears going in fine and shift pedal moving nicely, put clutch in and still ok. put back in frame and had to remove shift pedal .now i cant select any gear as will only move a small...


The shift lever has a return spring that pulls the actuator back up. If the gear on the shift shaft has slipped out of position with the gear from the shift drum actuator (the gears are in the wrong position) or the spring has become unhooked) you get the no shift condition. Your problem is probably being caused by a missing spacer or the parts were put back in incorrectly (the 10mm movement of the shaft). You will have to take the engine apart and reassemble the shift mechanism correctly so the shaft does not move and the shift actuator gears line up correctly. Use an on line parts service to look up a picture breakdown of the mechanism (you do not say what model you have)so you can figure out what is missing.

Mar 18, 2011 | Honda CR 125 R Motorcycles

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Reassembly instructions


That little screen that lies at the bottom of the bucket needs to be snapped out and the washer replaced. You have to unscrew the bottom, carefully remove the spring loaded lever, ( don't loose the spring) After fishing the lost rubber washer out of the hole, I used a screw driver or other similar item to pop the screen out. ( use care not to poke a hole in screen.) Next replace lever and spring and push the Star ended piece through the bottom and THEN fasten the washer. Replace all excess pieces and it should be fixed provided the washer isn't badly worn. This is the only way I know how to fix it after countless different web pages and searches.

Apr 08, 2010 | Hamilton Beach BrewStation 47665

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Lda 511 will not load disc; noisy blapblapblapblap and disc just sits there.


I used an o-ring to fix the problem. Quite easy to disassemble, old belt was removed and similar size o-ring was found at a hardware shop. Put the o-ring on the pulleys and viola. 68 cent fix

Jun 06, 2009 | LG LDA511 DVD Player

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2006 chrysler pacifica shifter wont go out of park shifter


This happened to me. And googleing the solution was very unproductive so I decided to take stuff apart and figure it out. I fixed it. Here's how. First, other forums told me that pressing on the brake releases a lever that allows you to shift from park, and that is true. Then I was told that the mechanism that releases that lever is broken and you can remove the gear shift trim, press on a pink lever to release the gear shift. That did NOT work and besides, when I pressed on the brake, I still heard the 'click' and that told me that the brake/release mechanism still functioned and that I should look elsewhere for the problem.

Here's what ultimately solved the problem. I had to remove the gear shift housing. In order to do that, I had to remove the center console. At first, it seemed like a daunting task but in the end, screw/fastener removal was logical and the parts went back together in a snap. Still, my wife saw the project mid-progress and got scared. No worries, happy ending. Anyway, once I removed the gear shift housing, I noticed another pink lever that was never mentioned in any of my google attempts. This other pink lever fits in a notch within the gear shift assembly and should be released as soon as you push the gear shift to the right on it's way down to the reverse position but only if the key is turn to the 'On' position. This lever is spring loaded. In my case, the little tiny plastic clip on the inside of the gear shift housing that holds a 10 cent spring (I'm guessing its 10 cents) was broken. That's it.

So my choices were to either by a new gear shift housing assembly for $300+ or use a dremmel tool to saw off the portion of the this pink lever that fits inside the aforementioned notch. I'm broke so I chose the later. 3 hours later, my 2006 Pacifica was mobile again. So what's the down side of sawing that piece off? Now it's possible to pull the key out of the ignition while the car is still running. If you can deal with that, you can save a lot of money. However, I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY IF HARM COMES TO YOU OR YOUR CAR BY PERFORMING THE SAME FIX AS I DID! But now you know.

Mar 29, 2009 | 2007 Dodge Caliber SXT Sport Hatchback

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My hamilton beach brewstation is leaking.


There is a spring between the lever and the o-ring. It may have popped out when you cleaned the pot. That has happened to me before. The spring is necessary to hold the seal down until the lever is pushed.

Mar 13, 2009 | Hamilton Beach BrewStation 47214 Coffee...

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I have Canon Pixma IP4500, got a Service Error 6B10, How can I fix it without sending it to Canon Centre? because I also got inktank system installed.


If you have disassembled the printer and after putting it back together again, this error pops up, things migt not be as bad as they seem.
Turn the printer on its side and remove the bottom paper tray. You'll see the gap where the tray normally slides into. On both sides you'll see a spring loaded lever. Check that the springs are fitted properly and the levers move smoothly. The small lever is the one that takes care of the paper detection, but if the big one does not move properly, you'll end up with the error too. In my case, the spring got twisted underneath the big lever and that gave rise to the 6b10 error. HTH.

Hans

Oct 15, 2008 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

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