Manual Transmission

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A manual transmission slips out of high gear. Which could be the
cause

Too Much Main Shaft End Play

In a vehicle with a single-plate clutch, loss of free pedal can be caused by a:

Worn Clutch Disc Facing

A four-speed fully synchronized transmission has a clunking or knocking
noise in first and reverse only.
Technician A says that a broken tooth on the clutch (input) gear could be the
cause.
Technician B says that a broken tooth on the counter (cluster) gear could be
the cause.
Who is right?

Technician B Only

A manual transaxle makes a clunking noise on acceleration and on
deceleration.
Technician A says that a loose differential case pinion shaft could be the cause.
Technician B says that worn CV joints could be the cause.
Who is right?

Both Technician A and B are correct

A four-wheel drive vehicle
vibrates while the front axle
is engaged.
Technician A says that a bad front
axle shaft CV joint could be the cause.
Technician B says that different front and rear tire diameters could be the
cause.
Who is right?

Both Technician A and B are correct

The clutch does not release fully when the pedal is pushed to the floor.
Any of these could be the cause EXCEPT:
* (A) weak pressure plate springs.
(B) too much free pedal travel.
(C) a warped clutch disc.
(D) a seized pilot bearing.

A Weak Pressure Plate Springs

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