I'd try MT90 1st and see if that makes any difference.
I don't like to force it into gear. I'm not ready to buy a new transmission.Hit the weight room.
I could try shifter bushings, but if I'm going to do that, I would install a short shifter as well.Could be shifter bushings, they are cheap and easy to install. Get the ES shifter bushings, there is a thread with the part numbers. I got mine from Amazon. You might as well change all fluids in that car and do a tune up also.
Chris - how many quarts?I'd try MT90 1st and see if that makes any difference.
I agree, and this was one of the first things that came to my mind too. After replacing 3/4 bad mounts on my P11, the shifts were much smoother, especially putting the car into gear from a dead stop. Check all 4 of your mounts first, as well as your shifter bushing. Should take you maybe 5 minutes tops.reverse difficulty could be some bad motor mounts. sometimes i have had to put my p10 in 1st and have it role forward a quarter inch before i could get it into reverse. i installed loco mounts and the shifts were like butter in the p10. its probably not the problem if its easier once it warms up, and due to cost and time i would do what others mentioned first.
I wanted to know how many quarts to purchase. Shits not cheap!ha!
who uses qt counts when filling the tranny?
i belive i will have a consensus on this, but most (including me) just fill the trans until its starts the seep out of the fill hole
I can sponsor up, but what's wrong with threads? This is an automotive forum brah! Besides, threads and posts are searchable.yo can you sponsor up so you can ask in chat and not make a billion threads for everything lol.