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Can not shift into any gear, arm moves freely, and tines move freely, as if no gears

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Ok I'm guessing you have a stick shift, manual transmission..

chances are you have a broken bushin!!!! you will need to unmount the shift assembly and replace the bushin.. should cost less that $50.00.. Sorry i dont have w walt through but if you have experience the procedure is straight foward

Posted on Apr 23, 2010

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