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#1 Old 03-01-2008, 02:59 PM
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i recently bought a new accent and after about a 1000 miles it occasionaly started to grind a little when i shift into 2nd. it only happens when i shift straight from 1st to 2nd(if i move the stick to nuetral inbetween, it doesn't happen). it's alot better if the transmission is warm and i shift slowly. it also occasionaly happens when shifting from 3rd to 4th. anyone have any idea what this might be? would new gear oil help maybe? thanks.
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New as in "Brand New" or New as in "New To You" ?

Brand New Take it back to the dealer & slap him a bit

New to you, yeah you could change the oil, Transmission oil doesn't fall to pieces like engine oil does, however some @ least Semi Synthetic 75W90 Bout 2.2 Litres as I remember...... Usually gearbox oil goes missing & then the gearbox starts to act up, however if you find that all the oil is present .... Change it, unfortunately should that not rectify the issue, you may have just to get used to changing gear slowly....... Sounds like the Syncro's are acting up ...... Yeah you could have a transmission specialist look at it ..... Costya more than the cars worth for him to spit on it tho .....

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brand new to me, it's 2002 with 60k miles. sorry forgot to mention that.

yeah, thats about what i thought. i'll check and maybe change the gearbox oil today and hopefuly that will help with the problem. thanks.
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Make sure the clutch is disengaging fully too..... It might need bleeding

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worn syncros.

Letting the revs fall a bit on up-shifts helps (Like the pause when you shift into neutral).
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Ours is the same 72K & showing signs of wear

Its enough to give ya haemorrhoids I tells ya :P

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First off, check the tranny's oil level. One time I had a car that would grind a little when I shifted it. When I checked the tranny gear-oil, it was low. Maybe you too will be that lucky!
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