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No you don't need to remove tranny to get at that little fork.

It is underneath the tranny, four nuts, nylocs. You will need a 13mm socket or spanner to remove the cover. Drain all the oil first.
Once you have the cover removed you can check the small nuts. Mine came loose once on my 3.2 carrera, I double nutted it.

The other thing you could check is that the detent springs are OK. There are two bolts holding them in on one side of the tranny.
If this fails to fix it then I would think the tranny would have to come apart.

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Last edited by NathanUK; 04-09-2007 at 02:46 PM..
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