Make: Jeep Cherokee 2.5 TurboDiesel
Transfer case: NP231, with Tom Woods SYE-kit
Transmission: AX-15 5 speed manual
Various other upgrades, such as RE 3.5 liftkit, 32x11.5 tires...
So, the other day I was out for a drive, when all of a sudden I was unable to down-shift from 5 to 4. I tried the clutch several times, but it just wouldn't get into gear.
After some effort, with the clutch and accelerator, I was able to get it in gear and finish my drive, but I now have serious trouble getting my car into gear.
Whether cold or warm (engine) the problem remains the same - at random intervals, it's almost impossible to shift gears, and from time to time, the car will contine driving, even though I have the clutch pressed in. I have to shift it to neutral for it to stop. This behavior isn't persistent though, only happens occasionaly.
Getting it into reverse is also a hassle, angry grinding noises errupting, as if I wasn't using the clutch at all.
So, does anyone have a good tip for me? Or a link to a solution?
Any and all assistance/help will be greatly appreciated!
Here's my baby: