Check your clutch fluid level, and Trans fluid level and make sure they are good. Most likely they will be fine. Could be not broken in yet, how many miles.RemoteControlD said:Some times after a long drive I notice that it's kind of hard to shift gears. Does that indicates bad tranny oil?
I haven't noticed anything strange with the clutch. It's happened about 3 times now that while it's idling at a red light and i try to shift it in 1st the stick feels rough and it takes some effort to engage first gear (it just doesn't feel as smooth as it usually is)Fox Mulder said:How does the clutch pedal feel when this happens? Does the pedal feel softer, engagement closer to the floor, more free play up top? If so you may need to flush out the clutch fluid, this is a common issue.
No it doesn't. If it works at times smoothly, and it doesnt at others, that points to clutch disengagement or synchronizer drama, and in an unabused, 2600 mile 06, I will put my money on the fact that the clutches in GTOs do not disengage well at times.2kformula said:It means its time to buy a GMM ripshift. The stock one sucks anyway.
Thank you. I detest people pimping uneeded mods for whatever reason.whatsaholden said:+1 swampgoat, on the post and the toe in the photo..
Have your dealer replace the Dexron III with Dexron VI in the transmission (it was suppose to have Dexron VI from the factory but many didn't) . Also have them flush/bleed the clutch hydraulics.RemoteControlD said:Some times after a long drive I notice that it's kind of hard to shift gears. Does that indicates bad tranny oil?