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Car: 2012 SI
Ive been doing research and found lots of similar threads but not exactly the same.
My issue: a few years ago my car was stuck in 5th gear and I solved it by forcing it out. Car worked fine for a couple years. Recently, after mis-shifting into third, I can no longer go into third gear. 4th gear is also a pain to go into as it takes a little force to get it in and out. Its not smooth. Also, when I try to force it into 3rd, it grinds but never actually goes in.
For sure I'm replacing the clutch since ive never changed it and my car has 100k miles. I'll likely have my buddy check the tranny synchros while hes at it too.
But Ive read a lot of different posts about how it could just be a clutch or a shift cable or even the tranny. Has anyone ever experienced similar issues? If so, what was the resolution?192.168.0.1 routerlogin 192.168.l.l

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When's the last time you changed your transmission fluid? It could be a simple solution. I have been locked out of reverse a handful of times, but it's rare. I say, first, try to see if changing the transmission fluid will help. If not, then yea take down the transmission and clutch and do further inspection.
 

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The clutch works by temporarily disconnecting the drive of the engine from the driveline, so that the gears can be easily changed. A DCT works by using two clutches instead of one, where am i 192.168.8.1 192.168.100.1
and both are computer controlled, so there's no need for a clutch pedal. The dual clutch transmission operates through many computers built-in. J.
 
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