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You have a 91 nission sentra 20 when you put it in 5th gear sometime it will kick itself out of gear What can cause this problem with the car just got a new clutch and both cv shafts?

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2005-10-10 16:49:45
2005-10-10 16:49:45

a bad sinkero inside the trans

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