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I just bought two 2004 4x2 gators. They both clunk and grind when put into forward or reverse.
Is this common? If not what can i do to crrect this problem? Thanks Fred
|Bruce||Yes, this is normal...to a degree. Check the idle speed of your engine. You should only shift @ low idle. Then, don't shift "slow"! The shifter should be "clunked" in...quickly! Nothing wrong, with either of these. I know...seen thousands! JD tech for 15 years!