Hard Gear Shifting
Hard gear shifting in a manual transmission may occur because of the various factors.
- Synchronizers wear.
Conical contact surfaces of synchronizers in manual transmissions are wearing out in the high-mileage vehicles with time. And conical surfaces of corresponding gears undergo the same. All these lead to gear shifting problems. Applying Revitalizant® to the transmission component will restore the friction conical surfaces or will stop their further wear when the wear rate is critical.
- Gear shifting fork wear/breakdown.
To replace worn out parts.
- Gear shifting mechanism requires adjusting.
To adjust a gear shifting mechanism.
- Clutch linkage requires adjusting.
To adjust a clutch linkage.
Our experience has shown that applying metal conditioners to manual transmission components allows decreasing noise and vibration during operation as well as decreasing fuel consumption (especially in 4-wheel-drive vehicles).