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Lars Sandström(Guest)
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gearbox lever - sloppy
18.09.04 at 08:44:00
 
I think a spring in the gearbox has broken. The gearbox lever is sloppy and doesn't return to it's ordinary position. I can shift gears if i fiddle a lot with the lever so the gears seems all right. Is the spring situated inside the crancases?? I wonder if I have to split the engine in order to repair this?

 
 
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Georg Horn(Guest)
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gearbox lever - sloppy
Reply #1 - 19.09.04 at 00:10:00
 
Hi,
maybe http://tr1.de/tr1/microfiche/c14_dwg.jpg is what you are looking for. Number 4 should be the spring that returns the lever into the center position after shifting. Perhaps you can replace it after removing the left side engine cover.
Bye,
Georg

 
 
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Lars Sandström(Guest)
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gearbox lever - sloppy
Reply #2 - 19.09.04 at 00:52:00
 
Yes! I seems possible! I can see here: https://www.tr1.de/cgi-bin/service.cgi?key=xv750se&lng=eng&flg=0&pge=3018
that the shifter can be removed if you remove the left side engine cover as you said. The spring comes out together with the shifter. Many thanks George! I should remove the cover anyway to change the o-ring for the starter engine (it leaks oil there).
In the mean time I can drive with #2 (the red TR1 from 83, http://www.buf-online.kristianstad.se/~lars.sandstrom/mars04.JPG) so all is fine!
Regards,
Lars

 
 
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Lars Sandström(Guest)
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gearbox lever - sloppy
Reply #3 - 23.09.04 at 10:50:00
 
Took off the left side engine cover and the spring looked allright! When I pushed at it with my finger it fell apart! Now I'm searching for a new one or maybe I'll make a new spring from scratch.

 
 
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