Could be a number of problems. Simple adjustment of the linkage. #2 throw out bearing going bad. #3 clutch disk falling apart and that will cause build up and not let it loosen #4 Oil in the transmission full of water and that caused all sorts of odd problems Could also be a few other things but it is late and I am tired so not thinking well LOL
Re: WD gears grinding when shifting in reply to old, 07-21-2013 21:03:38
I finally got around to pulling the shifting tower off. Here is what it looks like underneath. The "plate" I'm pointing to had a nut that tightens. When I looked at it it was very loose and the plate freely wiggles around. I assume this is a major part of my problem?
I get that I'm not using the correct lingo but I'm trying my best. Thanks for your help.
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