Gearbox Linkage

What is a Gearbox Linkage?
The gearbox linkage is a complex set of linking rods that transfer the movement of the gear stick to the gearbox. The system 'converts' the left/right and forward/back movements into the correct gear selection at the gearbox.

Repairing problems with the gear linkage is a job for mechanic or engine specialist and it usually well beyond the skills of the DIY mecahnic.
What problems can be caused by a faulty Gearbox Linkage?
How much does it cost to replace the Gearbox Linkage?
The linkage will generally cost from £75 to £200 depending on the manufacturer. 1 to 2 hours labour is normal but it can take longer on some cars.
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Gearbox

I bought my Vauxhall Meriva today from a used car dealer. Everything was fine until I tried to reverse off my mum's drive. Tried putting the car into reverse and it wouldn't reverse at all. The car ha...

2005 Vauxhall Meriva 1.4 Breeze
Posted: Oct 30, 2015
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Gearbox linkage

I found the gearbox linkage is needed i am replacing 2 short and 1 long are they easy to remove the old ones and replace the new ones, now i have found at the end of the gear stick rod a circle wi...

2001 Citroen Berlingo 1.9d van
Posted: Apr 22, 2015
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Gears

having problems getting my car into second gear.

2004 Vauxhall Corsa 1100
Posted: May 27, 2008
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