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Clutch is slack and wont go into gear

When i press in the clutch there's alot of slack till it's about 1/2 way down and i cant get it into gear...the car shifts fine when off. Not sure how to check the transmission fluid...not sure where to find the nut or would it have something to do with the clutch? Brake fluid levels are fine.

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I had the same problem wit mine tot it was d gearbox but wasnt your gona need a new clutch,prefeably a clutch kit mate!!

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