simply get a spanner or something that fits over the linkage and force the old ones off and the new ones simply push on, although getting the old ones off sometimes can be a nightmare. you can't put the new ones on in the wrong place, they will only reach to certain balls on the gearbox selector.
If all goes well, 2-3 hours
Gear shift linkage?Remove gear shift from top and align
rip the car apart and get a macanic to do it
Worn out linkages, replace the entire linkage. I have fitted rose joints on a 106 Rally car gearbox linkages but that hasn't solved the problem. They just wear and get sloppy.
The reverse gear linkage would be attached to the transmission, not the transfer case.
your answer lies in your question! your driving a peugeot! theres nothing else to it!
maybe your sincronizer is going out. that or bad linkage.
its complicated. on most vehicles it will not start in any other gear besides park. so your gear linkage is incorrect
linkage is sticking
You can fix a broken linkage in a 1999 Navigator truck by simply adjusting its Gear Shift.
Try to change the transmission filter, or check the shifting linkage.
Check to see if linkage is broken or disconnected
you have trouble in the gear box.. there is no linkage adjustment
shifter rod gear linkage
Replace shift linkage Replace shift linkage
See the youtube video on gear shifter linkage failure...
i know that in my 1989 735i it is from underneath it is quite fiddly and u really need someone in the driver seat to catch when it is pushed thru at the gear handle
Change it every 75,000 miles.
Bent shift linkage Frozen shifting linkage - try lubricating
You can fix a broken linkage in a 1999 Navigator truck by adjusting its Gear Shift.
your linkage might be bent
on the gear box
If you physically can not move the gear shift lever into gear, it could be a problem with the shifter linkage or the transmission. If you can select a gear by moving the the lever which is attached directly to the transmission, it is the linkage. If the lever moves into a gear but the mower doesn't move, it could be a broken belt or a bad transmission.
The first cause of the jump out from one to other gear is the loose shifter fork, which connects the shifting linkage and gears of the transmission. The second cause is loose shifting linkage itself, which connects the gear shifting knob and shifting fork. The shifting linkage and shifting fork become loose due to the rapid changing of gears from one gear to other at high speed of vehicle. The third cause is the misalignment of shifting linkage to the shifting fork.