Re: 830 case-o-matic stuck in neutral in reply to Jim B, 10-24-2007 21:28:45
Hey Jim thanks for the reply. It was my gear shifter that was stuck in neutral. I couldn't get it into any gear at all. Today I took things apart so I could have a better look. I started by taking the gear shift out of the trasnmission. With a pry bar I was able to successfully move the transmission into gear. I was quite happy about this so I remounted the gearshift (a few times) and everything worked fine after this. About 2 years trying to find time to do this 4 hour fix! Oh by the way the problem was caused two years ago when I put the clutch in an drifted down a small hill only to find at the bottom of the hill I couldn't get it back into gear.
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