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Apr 19, 9:48pm - #159758 
It seems like 5th and 6th gears take more effort to shift to now

Hey,

I seem to notice this today, that like when shifting from 4th to 5th, I have to push the stick up harder and there is more resistance then their used to be. Same goes for 5th to 6th gear.

I got my car from a toyota dealer and it has almost 40,000 miles on it.

Any ideas?


I would of thought that all the fluids and everything would have been changed, as it is toyota certified.


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Apr 19, 10:38pm - #159759 
Originally Posted by GTSbyTRD
Hey,

I seem to notice this today, that like when shifting from 4th to 5th, I have to push the stick up harder and there is more resistance then their used to be. Same goes for 5th to 6th gear.

I got my car from a toyota dealer and it has almost 40,000 miles on it.

Any ideas?


I would of thought that all the fluids and everything would have been changed, as it is toyota certified.


mayb you need a new clutch confused


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Apr 20, 1:30am - #159760 
Maybe you have busted one or more synchromeshes or they have changed the gearbox oil to a thicker one???


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Apr 20, 1:35pm - #159761 
I just noticed it doing this yesterday.

A friend at school said it could be those cables aswell.


Anyway to check this out?


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Apr 20, 3:33pm - #159762 
i dunno

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Apr 20, 3:56pm - #159763 
Originally Posted by GTSbyTRD
I just noticed it doing this yesterday.

A friend at school said it could be those cables aswell.


Anyway to check this out?


isnt there a racall on gts shifter cables or something?(sorry gt owner)


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Apr 20, 8:16pm - #159764 
Usually the reverse or 1st and/or second goes first. I don't know either. You would be best off bringing it back to Toyota and I know it hurts. Have them check it and fix it for free. You have a free ride for a while for problems if it's certified from Toyota. Jump on it.

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Apr 20, 9:12pm - #159765 
I can kinda tell the shift feeling...

Stay with me here...


Say your shifting through the gears, and your foot starts to lift up on the clutch before you get it in gear all the way, and it is harder to put it in gear? It rubs a little?

Well, mine is doing that all the time now, every gear but 1st.


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Apr 20, 9:23pm - #159766 

Maybe try greasing it confused

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Apr 21, 9:01pm - #159767 
my dad called up the guy that works on our cars, he also works for the local toyota dealer.

He thinks it might be the transmission. frown

Hes taking it with him to work on monday.


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