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Standard gearshift in Tayside?

Discussion in 'Scotland' started by Patrick Bateman, May 10, 2016.

  1. Patrick Bateman

    Patrick Bateman ClioSport Club Member

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    Still having bother with my gearshift despite removing the Yanoo lever (3rd to 4th feels crap and inconsistent) and I'm not sure if the linkage is standard or not. The garage seemed to say everything was fine but there is still something not right.

    Looking to compare it with a 100% standard one if anyone is in the Tayside area or near (I'm in Carnoustie) and would be so kind to let me see what theirs is like in comparison?

    Have already changed oil, engine mounts etc.
     
  2. cliocup2

    cliocup2

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    Morning,
    I have a 2005 182 cup sitting on axle stands in my garage.
    I will be removing the engine and gear box today, you can have a look at the standard gear box bits if you like.
    I'm in the Ferry.
     
  3. Patrick Bateman

    Patrick Bateman ClioSport Club Member

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    Cheers but it was more to compare the actual shifting action of the gear lever.
     
  4. cliocup2

    cliocup2

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    No problem,
    I should have my car back together in a week or so, if your still having problems with your gear shift
    Just get I touch
     
  5. Patrick Bateman

    Patrick Bateman ClioSport Club Member

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    Yeah I'd appreciate that thanks. I should be going to have a look at a car in Arbroath in a couple of weeks or so too so at least I'll have a good frame of reference now.
     

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