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Zach0485

10-13-2021 04:17:54




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New to me white 2-180 series 3, having issues getting into gear, was stuck between the high and low deck, I somehow got it to move between the upper and lower, but it will not go into any gear especially reverse. The shift linkage is a sloppy, It don't appear anything is out of sync. Any help would be great




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mkuhns

10-15-2021 18:39:58




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 Re: White 2-180 in reply to Zach0485, 10-13-2021 04:17:54  
I think there are woodruff keys on the shift levers below the cab where they clamp to the shifter shafts. Maybe one of them partially sheared. If the shift rails don't go to neutral, you won't be able to shift into a gear. Even though the shift may appear to be in proper position, it may not be in the transmission.



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oliverplow

10-13-2021 16:24:35




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 Re: White 2-180 in reply to Zach0485, 10-13-2021 04:17:54  
Take the cab floor out and check to make sure there isn't a corn cob or something keeping things from moving. I have had to that a couple of times to ones of that style.



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rrlund

10-13-2021 08:20:43




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 Re: White 2-180 in reply to Zach0485, 10-13-2021 04:17:54  
I'd be checking the shift quadrant and linkage before I took up the floor and the top off the trans. I haven't had the console apart, but I'd think there'd have to be a latch so only one quadrant moves at a time. If so, that latch just might not be dropping in a slot like it should and it's trying to move all the linkages at the same time.



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Zach0485

10-13-2021 08:52:58




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 Re: White 2-180 in reply to rrlund, 10-13-2021 08:20:43  
I tore the console apart...and unhooked the linkage from the shifter. I took it out of park and tried moving the linkage that shifts the gears and I can't budge them. I thought I had it working at first as I got it to shift at first. Now nothing. Has to be something simple as I drive it into the shop, and now Nothing



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rrlund

10-13-2021 09:45:17




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 Re: White 2-180 in reply to Zach0485, 10-13-2021 08:52:58  
The linkages going back up to the console wouldn't move, or the ones on the side of the transmission? Like I said, I never got in to the console on one, but they almost have to have something similar to a Deere Synchro. Those have a latch that prevents more than one linkage at a time from moving. If that doesn't drop in to the slot, they lock together like the arms on an old typewriter if you jam a bunch of keys.

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Zach0485

10-13-2021 10:05:13




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 Re: White 2-180 in reply to rrlund, 10-13-2021 09:45:17  
Yea, the linkage going back to the console



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rrlund

10-13-2021 13:27:31




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 Re: White 2-180 in reply to Zach0485, 10-13-2021 10:05:13  
Take that quadrant apart. I'd bet a dollar to a hole in a donut that it's a latch in there. Probably a $2 part.



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J.Wondergem

10-13-2021 06:52:03




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 Re: White 2-180 in reply to Zach0485, 10-13-2021 04:17:54  
Sounds to me like it's time to take the top off and have a look at things.



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Zach0485

10-13-2021 08:15:10




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 Re: White 2-180 in reply to J.Wondergem, 10-13-2021 06:52:03  
I was afraid of that....



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