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Old 02-07-2012, 11:53 PM   #1
GotGame55
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Haha! I think I broke it.

Well Ive think I broke the "1st to 4th" deal. I was making a left turn when a car was coming and noticed the "Shift to 4th" indicator in the corner of my eye.

At first it wasnt letting me go into 2nd and I panicked and just shoved it into 2nd and it engaged without any loud noises.

But now when the light comes on I can shift into any gear without the "stopper" (I guess you could call it that) trying to stop me from going into any other gear.

So either I broke it, or it was a bad shift and just hit the middle piece between 2nd and 4th.
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