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Shinfting problem my 2003 tiburon v6 from gear 1 jump to the 3th gear only after reaching about 4.5 rpm then never move to the next gear or speed and never go back to the 2th speed or one please helpme to find the problem

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Have your clutch and clutch master cylnder and slave cylder checked. If they check out good you most likely have a bad synchronizer in the transmission.

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Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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