When a transmission jumps out of gear, it may be due to a bent, binding or loose shift linkage, a loose transmission or clutch housing, worn or damaged input shaft bearings, broken motor mount, worn tapered gear teeth or synchronizer hub splines, loose shifter fork or rails, interlock hardware that is broken or missing, or excessive end play or runout in the output shaft or countergear.
Check the fluid level and quality when transmission is hot and engine at idle. If low, check for leak.
Check around slave and master cylinder for leak
Saturday, May 1st, 2010 AT 2:10 AM