1991 100q difficulty shifting
glenahan at vfemail.net
Mon Jan 16 14:58:44 PST 2012
If that was true, why would it be OK if he shifts gear to gear relatively quickly, but not if he waits in neutral?
According to your theory, both shafts would continue spinning more or less as they were, since the clutch would not disengage (slave cyl theory).
I still want more facts - every gear ha this problem?
On Jan 16, 2012, at 5:43 PM, <laraa at sympatico.ca> wrote:
> My second thought is for a worn pressure plate or release bearing or a slave
> cylinder out of adjustment. Clutch doesn't disengage fully, main shaft is
> still spinning a bit, 1st gear synchro does its job by attempting to slow it
> down (hence the resistance). Other gears are easier since the speed
> differential is less.
> You can test the behavior by leaving the trans in neutral, and try to shift
> into second or third from there. If resistance (less than in first, but
> still), my bet is on the clutch. Shut the engine, do the same : if no
> resistance in first, (except for the gear meshing together), it would point
> to the clutch.
> Anyone can destroy my theory ?
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : quattro-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:quattro-bounces at audifans.com] De
> la part de Grant Lenahan
> Envoyé : 16 janvier 2012 16:29
> À : wadd-wadd at usa.net
> Cc : quattro at audifans.com
> Objet : Re: 1991 100q difficulty shifting
> My first thought is worn synchros. When you shift quickly both shafts are
> spinning. When you go to neutral, one spins down.
> On Jan 16, 2012, at 4:18 PM, wadd-wadd at usa.net wrote:
>> I have difficulty changing gears on my 100q, cold or warm. The car has
>> Once the shifter goes into a gear, the rest of the gear changes are silky
>> If I allow 30 seconds to pass by in neutral, the same things happens
>> The fluid has been changed with OEM fluid and is not low.
>> Is there any type of an adjustment on this gear box?
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