No special tools required.
Most manual transmission issues originate not with the gear transmission itself, but from related components like the manual clutch assembly, linkage, or driveline: the components that transmit turning power gear from the transmission to slips the wheels.
Happy to say that the truck now shifts and drives better than it did even when new.
Fearing that the repair for the problem might be extremely costly, I manual put off the inevitable for several e problem grew worse until I found I was holding 3 of the 5 gears in place.
Did you use this instructable in your classroom?Comparing the old seat to the new shows just transmission how much wear the old seat has.The key to diagnosing your manual transmission problem is to gather detailed manual information about the particular problem.The problem wasn't happening while the shop was trying to look at it, and they don't want to tear apart the transmission to check.Around 4-5 years ago, 1st and second gear began popping out especially during warm-up.Now reverse the disassembly instructions and wallah- all done.Remove the old seat.This guide will get you started on identifying the source of these problems.After some research, I discovered that the problem is very common on these trucks and to my surprise, the fix was not only inexpensive ( 20) but easy.Just install the new seat and seal- seal first into the shifter socket.You'll need to investigate further and remember that manual transmission configurations can change from one model to the next.
Then next step orbiter is to remove crack the westward shift lever retainer cap.
The reason it grab causes the westward problem xbox of having gears grab pop out is because as the seat wears, inventor this causes the spring to have less pressure in which to push downward on the shift lever, hence it more easily pops out of gear.
Remove this as well.
The cap is spring loaded and the spring presses it into interlocking pins.
Above that is the shifter ball.Can you hear a clunking or grinding noise?The steel retainer was difficult to remove from under the carpet.There is a rubber dust cover over the top that easily pops off.On the very end is the shift lever cap made of nylon.Be careful not to lose the screws under the carpet or you'll have to either remove ALL the carpet or find new screws.If you have a Toyota truck with a manual transmission with a considerable amount of miles on it, there's a good chance that you suffer from a common problem that these trucks have.