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Old 05-24-2014, 12:35 PM   #1
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Hard to shift into gear

Hey guys, I've just purchased a 97' ITR yesterday. I bought it for a pretty good price and there are some issues I need to address with it. The car is having a hard time getting into 4th gear. The car also has a hard time going into the 4th gear when my car is off also. All the other gears shift smoothly. Also, my clutch seems to be slipping as well a bit; will this a worn clutch cause my shifting issues?

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could be master cylinder, cheaper fix than a new clutch... probably check that out first
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As I said in chat, make sure there's no leaks then adjust the clutch pedal, making sure there's enough freeplay. If the clutch doesn't slip after that, change the tranny fluid.
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Not a bad idea to change to fluids once you pick up an used car. Oil, tranny, brake fluids.
Congrats on the itr!
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Thanks guys, I'll probably just bring my car to G5 and save myself the headache as soon as my friend buys my GSR.
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