This is why third gear in the srt4 often has pop out issues. The syncro ring does not fully engage the gear. This is caused by many issues such as bushings, shift forks, worn gears and/or syncros etc. Sorry for the beeps at the front, my food was ready.
How to Remove Transmission from an SRT-4
A few of us SRT-4 enthusiasts got together to make a how-to video on how to
remove a clutch from the Neon. If you're using the SRT-4 manual or a how-to
guide from one of the many car forums, you can reference this video if
you're unsure of step in the removal process. We're not professionals, just
car fanatics so please feel free to correct any errors. We hope this will
be useful. Good luck and post any questions you may have.
If you'd like a text version of the how to, you may access it via the
srtfourms. Thanks to jmihalchik for creating the "how to" that inspired
T5 5 Speed Transmission Shifter Modifications
Paul Cangialosi from 5speeds.com shows you how he modifies a stock T5
shifter. The technique shown can be used to create a 5 speed T5 shifter for
a street rod or any other conversion.
Fox 6 News San Diego on 3rd Gear Problem
this problem relates to the 06-08 civic si's s2000's, RSX's accords and any
cars with a honda 6 speed transmision. this is in regards to grinding and
popping out of gears, along with a general notchy feel.
DIY Fix for 2nd/3rd Gear Grind '09 Civic Si
This is a video on how to do an easy fix for the 2nd/3rd gear grind at high
RPMs for 8th gen Civics. As far as I know, these are the only cars it will
work for. This fix is temporary, so you will have to re-adjust it maybe 6-8
weeks or so to keep it shifting nice. Otherwise you'll need to replace the
CMC. I've been told that an Omni CMC is one of the better choices to fix
Demon SRT (SRT-4) upgrades
Just a short overview of upgrades I've done so far. More upgrades coming
soon after the new transmission and clutch break in. FYI - These are
upgrades as of JULY, not June as it says in the video :P
FG2 3rd Gear Pop
tranny problem of 8th civic si.
3rd gear pop out/ not engaging properly.
Manual trans 2000 Dodge Neon ES selector and crossover cable fix (It wasn't going into reverse gear)
I couldn't get my manual 2000 Dodge Neon ES into reverse gear. It turned
out to be that the selector and crossover cable bearings went out under the
shift knob. Instead of replacing the cables, I just fixed it by putting a
9/16 nut, two flat washers, and a cotter pin. I adjusted the crossover
cable a little as well. I also did this to the connection in the engine
compartment and its working as normal. I called the dealer and they said
the cables are $288 just for the part. I did it for around $1. I hope this