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      05-26-2018, 09:12 PM   #1
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335is 6MT Issue (no gears)

Hey guys, so i'm having an issue with the my 335is, and it appears that I'm having an issue with my Manual Transmission, I currently lost most of my gears, I have reverse, 1st, and 3rd gear. But no 2nd, 4th, 5th or 6th gear. I've replaced the clutch master cylinder, and bled the slave cylinder, and bled the whole system numerous times. Anyone have a similar issue? The car has 40k miles.
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Broken shifter?
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Hey guys, so i'm having an issue with the my 335is, and it appears that I'm having an issue with my Manual Transmission, I currently lost most of my gears, I have reverse, 1st, and 3rd gear. But no 2nd, 4th, 5th or 6th gear. I've replaced the clutch master cylinder, and bled the slave cylinder, and bled the whole system numerous times. Anyone have a similar issue? The car has 40k miles.
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Broken shifter?
I would agree: with that many gears gone, it's unlikely to be broken teeth. Either a shaft is broken, or disconnected from the lever.
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would agree with broken shift fork.

it's gonna have to come out for you to find the issue that's for sure.
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I was more thinking the shifter itself - shift console, selector rod, etc.

Anyway, I would look at that first, and if isn't the issue, then yeah it's your transmission.
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Broken shifter?
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I would agree: with that many gears gone, it's unlikely to be broken teeth. Either a shaft is broken, or disconnected from the lever.
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would agree with broken shift fork.

it's gonna have to come out for you to find the issue that's for sure.
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I was more thinking the shifter itself - shift console, selector rod, etc.

Anyway, I would look at that first, and if isn't the issue, then yeah it's your transmission.
I'll look into it! Maybe might go for a UUC kit of something of that sort.
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You should be able to work the shifter, with the engine off, through all the gear and feel them engaging. If ya feel the resistance from gears engaging and disengaging, then it's not the shifter and it's internal transmission issue.
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You should be able to work the shifter, with the engine off, through all the gear and feel them engaging. If ya feel the resistance from gears engaging and disengaging, then it's not the shifter and it's internal transmission issue.
I'll try to look into it.
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