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Wont shift into gear

Discussion in '4 Cylinder' started by Super Heros Inc, Oct 23, 2011.

  1. Super Heros Inc

    Super Heros Inc [OP] New Member

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    Preston
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    when i first start it up it moves like it should into all the gears but after I let the clutch out that first time and reengage it, the stick doesn't want to go into any of the gears sometimes if I pump the clutch while pushing the stick it will go in but with much resistance... does anyone have any ideas of what could be wrong? its a 2006 tacoma manual transmission with about 80000 miles, all fluids are good and nothing is leaking
     
  2. MightyMouse-SCT

    MightyMouse-SCT Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like synchros ? Has the clutch been slipping ?
     
  3. jassco

    jassco Well-Known Member

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    Clutch is hydrolic, so looking for fluid around the slave cylinder on air in the line is more likely especially if this was a sudden thing. Get under and look for anything wet around side of trans. Could also be a failed seal inside which you wont see.
     
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