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post #1 of 8 Old 08-30-2005, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
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Clutch, Master Cylinder, and Slave Cylinder replaced and problem not solved....

My problem is that my tranny grinds 2nd and 3rd pretty consistently, and is hard to get into any gear... where do I go from here?? Synchros?


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post #2 of 8 Old 08-30-2005, 06:10 PM
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My problem is that my tranny grinds 2nd and 3rd pretty consistently, and is hard to get into any gear... where do I go from here?? Synchros?

Yep... to quote Larry the Cable Guy "Get 'r Doooone"

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I wish someone would do a step by step write up on replacing the synchros in an AX-15...yeah, like that's a fun job with out stopping to take pictures every 5 minutes.

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thought about it a little more, maybe try some different gear oil in your tranny. I know it helped mine

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thought about it a little more, maybe try some different gear oil in your tranny. I know it helped mine
Had mt-90 in there for about a week and it slightly helped, but I get the feeling i got water in my tranny again...

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could you have a bent clutch plate? It sounds like it could be hanging up if It's hard to get into any gear.
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could you have a bent clutch plate? It sounds like it could be hanging up if It's hard to get into any gear.
Literally just had a whole new clutch kit and hydraulics kit installed.

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post #8 of 8 Old 08-31-2005, 08:37 AM
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Literally just had a whole new clutch kit and hydraulics kit installed.
If you had a whole new clutch installed including the master/slave cylinders etc. that doesn't leave you any other option than cracking open the tranny.. right?

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