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Old 01-15-2013, 02:49 PM   #8
stainlesscycle
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i'm assuming you have the cases back together right? or are you fiddling around with it trying to get it to work not together...?

so shift selector drum end is not far enough out of the case to meet with selector ratchet? is the shift detent (spring loaded shift position stopper - part #3R4-18140-00-00) lined up properly with the groove on the selector drum - i guess it could be hanging up on drum which binds things up?? - if cases are back together can you manually shift the trans by turning the end of the selector drum by hand? ( you will need to turn output shaft by hand to aid the shifting...)

is the selector drum firmly and fully inserted in the right side case? the shift detent can get in the way if it's not put in the right place...you may have to pull it back and out of the way when you insert the drum, then let it snap back into the groove..

i looked at pic - USUALLY i install the shift selector rod/ratchet after the cases are back together - i assume you can do that on this motor - it's just one less thing to dick with when you're trying to get the cases back together...
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