That sensor is probably bad since it was shifting fine with the engine not running before the sensor swap. And that would explain why it wasn’t clutching properly when that sensor was in the clutch position.
Hey Guys, update: so I took off the clutch stroke sensor. I opened it up and it seemed fine. But what I noticed was it seemed like somebody else already opened it and resealed it.
I tried to the pencil method and it did not work.
I placed the shift stroke sensor where it was originally and I placed the clutch stroke sensor where it was originally.
here Is what happened: May 21, 2023
before I tampered with anything, before the ignition was on it would shift gears. Now it'll just beep saying it's not in neutral im assuming? (This may be because it is stuck in 4th gear?)
I seem to have lost the ability to shift gears.
I am leaning towards buying a new position sensor and seeing if that works. On the word doc it also states I can send it to one of you guys for repair.
It might be that you’re not getting the swing arm into the appropriate slot. Just putting it into the cavity is likely not adequate. As Cyclehead mentioned, you should have to twist the sensor against the spring tension if it went in correctly. If you just put it in the cavity and the bolt holes lined up, then that wouldn’t be right. I t will help to have the selector shaft in 4th gear when installing it.Now when I installed the sensors I am feeling my way from the side of the car as I do not have the tools necessary to lift the car completely and get completely under it. I just have one jack and stands. I put the sensor arm inside the cavity and screw it down in place and plug in the cable. Is there something I'm missing here?