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Noise when going to neutral #13669752 08/16/20 01:06 PM
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Noticed a rattle noise when shifting from full throttle forward to neutral. Any ideas?

Re: Noise when going to neutral [Re: tbannister] #13669825 08/16/20 03:06 PM
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Are you easing it into neutral or snapping it back?


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Re: Noise when going to neutral [Re: T Bird] #13669936 08/16/20 05:10 PM
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Decreasing pretty fast. Going from 3/4-1/2 throttle down to 1/4 throttle

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Re: Noise when going to neutral [Re: tbannister] #13669990 08/16/20 06:39 PM
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Does the noise occur as your actually shifting into neutral?

Don't ease into neutral. Once at the neutral detent, snap it into neutral. Same when shifting to fwd. or reverse. Snap it into gear.

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Re: Noise when going to neutral [Re: tbannister] #13670548 08/17/20 02:27 AM
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You are taking it out of gear too slowly. As said above, when you have slowed down, pull it hard back to neutral the same way you should move the shifter very quickly from neutral.

If that doesn't do it, you may be able to adjust the linkage. If not that, worn gears.

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