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94' Jeep wrangler,6 cyl., clutch adj.

Driving to store everything was fine ,get back my Jeep to go home and i pushed in the clutch to start it like always and it wouldn't get any gears or reverse. The guy I bought it from replaced the clutch assembly about a year ago and hadn't really been driving that much. The clutch cable is is ok, I took it apart and replaced the throwout bearing and everything looked alright, and it still not moving .What's up?, it's got a sensor on the top of the bell housing on the drivers side, could that be my problem, and what is for?

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Check the cable operation with the vehicle off, wheels blocked, by having an assistant depress clutch pedal while under the vehicle. If everything appears to be functioning normally, then there may be an internal transmission problem. Does the Jeep hold itself if it is placed in gear, park brake off? Can it be moved while in this state? If it does hold, you may simply have a stretched cable, or a broken or damaged quadrant. The quadrant mounts to the firewall of the vehicle, just in front of the driver, under the dash. This is where the cable connects. Check this, and let me know if it does or doesn't help.

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