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Vehicles (17 Jan 2019)

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stiff gear lever

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15 Sep 2018 14:31 #196009 by safari
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I have a problem with the gearlever while in traffic it is getting stiff to change gears . What can the problem be hope not to change gearbox
any help pls

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15 Sep 2018 17:53 #196013 by TomDK
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Have you checked oil?

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15 Sep 2018 23:10 #196018 by ahtr
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As above, worth checking the gearbox oil level. And while you're under the car check the gearbox/rear engine mount and the 2 rubber bushes at the back of the shifter mechanism. Mine were ruined, replaced them all and shifts a lot smoother now.

Have a look at this thread, worth doing for the small cost.

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