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Old 06-25-2009, 02:54 PM
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drove my 99 on a 40 mile trip then stopped to put some oil in and spilled some on the fire wall side and then it started to fell real mushy i stopped and checked the fluids and there good. however my tranny is leaking a little oil not sure whats going on!!!
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Re: shifter feels "mushy" please HELP!!!!

o_0 you said you spilled some from the firewall..you sure its just not the oil that travelled down there and now is leaking?
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Re: shifter feels "mushy" please HELP!!!!

no i noticed it leaving last week while changing my o2 sensor also i had the clutch cables and shifter cables changed about year and a half or so ago.
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Re: shifter feels "mushy" please HELP!!!!

Are the cables still securely attached to the shifter fork on the tranny...if one of the retainer clip or whatever they are called are gone they will slip on and off.
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Re: shifter feels "mushy" please HELP!!!!

I will have to check and see its worth a shot only a few screws thanks
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