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2004 Mustang Manual v-6 transmission problem...

I have a 2004 v-6 5 speed man-tran. having a hard time getting it into reverse and 4th also when shifting it is very loud... that may be normal but I have had other man-trans and they have not been that loud when shifting... Any suggestions....tranny maybe???

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Is it scraping the gear when trying to get it into reverse, or is it just hard to move the lever?

"Loud" shifting? Is it generally hard to push in to the gears and whe it goes, it makes a "clunk", or a "scrape"? If so, your clutch may not be disengaging properly. A test for this is to see if shifts quietly and easily when the engine is off. If the clutch doesn't fully disengage, you are fighting the rotating massses inside the transmission.


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thanks for the help.
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