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 06-24-2008, 18:45 Post: 154815
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Hi,
First time here.............New Jinma 254 just logged pretty rough 75 hrs, gear stick became loose, can no longer shift gears.
I guess this would be a pin replacement. Easy access or am I looking for trouble ?
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 06-24-2008, 19:18 Post: 154816
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Naw, there's a finger at the end of the gear select lever that mates with a rod that moves the shift fork. There's a picture of it in your parts diagram (Drive Gearbox Cover). The finger could have simply slipped out of place, or any number of connected parts could have moved/broken.

Hopefully you have a diagram, it makes it easier to know what to expect. If push comes to shove, I can email you one. But basically you remove the cover plate, shift levers and all - and see what's happening (or not) underneath.

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 06-25-2008, 19:19 Post: 154823
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Thanks Greg, got it done !
The bottom part of the lever was broken in two.
Got the part off a new tractor at the dealer's.
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 06-25-2008, 23:50 Post: 154825
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Hopefully I'm overstating the obvious. But it's imperative that you find and remove that piece that broke off. If it's permitted to remain, you can pretty much be assured that it's going to wreck some gear sets. A well meaning neighbor let a ball bearing drop into my KM454 transmission. Nothing happened for three years, so I'd actually forgotten about it. But the damn thing eventually found it's way into the transfer case. Cost nearly $500 to fix that little mistake.

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 06-26-2008, 10:49 Post: 154841
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The broken piece was still sitting in the spring.
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