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#1 RRL

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Posted 13 January 2005 - 12:02 AM

Recently purchased a used 2000 Outback with an automatic transmission.
The car runs fine, transmission works fine but the actual gear lever feels tight in all positions ( up, down: right left in the same gear- like park), of the shift gate. There is no sticking or grinding. I found and tried someone elses Outback and it was much easier to move the gear shift. Any ideas?




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