It's just a suggestion. I really have no problem if you want to follow your instincts.Rick, you may have a point, but why change the oil when the problem changed after bleeding the hydraulics again?
Now the only problem is gear 2. No grinding, just some resistance pushing the stick-shift into 2nd gear.
What is causing this resistance? Why did the resistance go away on gear 1 and "R" after bleeding the hydraulics?
We are thinking about bleeding it again, using the clutch method. Not the vacuum pump.
Also, we looked at the Lucas 75-90 gear oil and it is $19 at the autostore.