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With that mileage, and assuming that the shift coupler is correctly adjusted, sounds like a look see through the fork plate on the bottom of the tranny is in order.

When you pull the plug to drain, look for metal shavings. Open the fork plate and make sure the fork is tight on the plate. You can see a couple of the free gears a slider or two. If you are familiar with what worn syncros and dog teeth look like, you might get some insight as to the problem.

At least you won't have to pull the motor to look.
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Last edited by marcesq; 02-02-2004 at 06:48 PM..
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