Shifter problems.. Wanna help? Any advice would help!

Asked by Mar 04, 2013 at 06:58 PM about the 2005 Dodge Neon SRT-4 4 Dr Turbo Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Won't pop into gear when car is on
but when it's off goes in the gears
just fine! I switched out the clutch 2
3times the slave clutch 2times idk
what it might be

4 Answers

look at your transmission mounts.

21,335

not getting a long enough stroke from those hydrolics for some reason,or your clutch fork is bent, torn, wrong groove,wrong pivot point ,watch while someone depresses the clutch see why not spreading the disc,maby air in line with 2 or 3 pumps it may let it go in gear to test for air

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I think it is most likely in the clutch linkage. I was having problems with my clutch not disengaging in traffic to the point where I couldn't hardly get it to shift and had to put it in neutral to stop the car from rolling once I'd come to a stop even with the clutch pedal depressed. I checked the linkage and it was severely worn. Got it replaced and it's all good now!

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did you tough it out with a rebuilding kit or just buy the beck-arnley worldparts?

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