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Old 01-25-2014, 03:00 AM   #1
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Default New clutch at 100k miles?

I'm at about 99960mi and my tranny grinds when I shift from 1 into second. I just got my timing belt done so it's not that. If it's in between shifts it could be the flywheel told if I'm not mistaken but 1->2 is the only time it happens but it's loud. Help?
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Old 01-25-2014, 04:55 AM   #2
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Your timing belt would have nothing to do with the shifting of the transmission.

Anyway, clutch wear can vary widely depending on how someone uses it. If a person minimizes letting it slip, they can expect many miles out of it. Of course highway miles can add into that as well. If the clutch is not disengaging all the way, that could be causing you trouble.

Question: When sitting still, do you have trouble putting the tranny into any gear?

Hopefully someone more familiar with the inner workings of the transmission will chime in.

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Old 01-25-2014, 01:07 PM   #3
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sounds to me like your 2nd gear synchro could be on its way out
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Old 01-25-2014, 01:13 PM   #4
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Your timing belt would have nothing to do with the shifting of the transmission. Anyway, clutch wear can vary widely depending on how someone uses it. If a person minimizes letting it slip, they can expect many miles out of it. Of course highway miles can add into that as well. If the clutch is not disengaging all the way, that could be causing you trouble. Question: When sitting still, do you have trouble putting the tranny into any gear? Hopefully someone more familiar with the inner workings of the transmission will chime in. John
Yeah sometimes when I'm downshifting in general I can barely get it into gear. But even at a complete stop when I put it into first half the time it doesn't even engage at all. Sometimes reverse will pop out too.
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