Gear failure

Asked by Feb 25, 2017 at 01:39 PM about the FIAT 500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've been having trouble with my gears
in the car. I drive a Fiat 500 and I
recently tried to start the car however it
would not change gears and it just
stayed on Neutral. Has anyone had this
problem before and can anyone advise?

3 Answers

Thanks Tom. I noticed some fluid leaking but I'm still not sure what it was.

Hello Wadih thank you for your reply. Where do you fill up the oil from ? Could upload pictures at all?

Not good to have car not move because of not using quality pRts for linkage.so now dealer wants 200 just to take out battery &a Replace low quality parts on fiat500pop! Barely drive the car as They saywarranty is up, so upset with unessesary way over pric d repairs at dealership

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