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Will not shift running
|Bobby Williams|| I replace the push starter button on a 601 ford and drop a nut in the transmission. Remove the reverse shift rail reverse shift plate & 2nd, 4th shift plate, now it want shift when I start it . need help
|sixbales||You are not the first guy to drop something into the transmission. I dropped a detent into mine 20 years ago. Recovered it by repeatedly flushing with transmission fluid through the trans and catching fluid in a bucket. Finally got the detent in the bucket.
Did you recover the nut??
Will it shift as normal when not running???
|Bobby Williams||yes, it will shift normal when not running, One other thing when in gear and clutch in it will not roll.
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