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Geo Metro wont stay in gear after changing the clutch?

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2007-10-30 07:03:46
2007-10-30 07:03:46

When you put it in gear, does it pop out? What gears? If so, you probably have a bad transmission. It the clutch is slipping, you need to adjust the clutch cable.

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