Sounds like a clutch or your hydraulic system has air due to a leak or
wear. Look for leaks, if you find none, you can try bleeding your
clutch. If that does not work, then it would be a good time to paint
your engine bay!
On Sun, 10 Jun 2001 15:14:14 -0400, John Waringa wrote:
>last night i parked my '79 MGB on a hill and put the e brake on. when i got
>back in the car and started it i think i used to much force putting it in
>reverse to get outta the parking spot. now the car does not shift smoothly.
>the gears normally dont grind, but i have to double clutch to get into gear
>sometimes. reverse is the worse, but it also resists going into fist and
>second. 3rd and 4th gear dont seem to be affected. any ideas what could be
>wrong? will it require pulling the engine + tranny? please help.
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