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Why cant you change gears at all in a manual 93 Saturn SC1 its stuck in fourth and feels like its loose when you try to put it in another gear the clutch works when you push it in it goes into neutral?

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2005-09-27 07:10:43
2005-09-27 07:10:43

maybe one of the cables that attach to the shifter and the transmission broke. one pushes forward and back one goes side to side.

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