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Textbook Problem

Using a lubricant that is thicker than the specified lubricant can lead to_____.

a. the gear to jump out

b. hard shifting

c. gear lockup

d. gear slippage

To determine

The correct option which is a result of a thicker lubricant.

Explanation

Hard shifting:

It results whenever there is damage occurs inside the transmission due to worn bearing or if we used lubricants; that is too thick or sticky. Because of this, the driver feels difficulty in shifting the lever from one gear to another. It may also results due to distorted shift rails, shift forks and synchronisers.

The gear to jump out:

If the speed gear teeth are worn or tapered then it can cause the gear to jump out of the assembly...

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