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1994 nissan pickup cabstar difficulty selecting gear but clutch is fine

Clutch is fine. Clutch pedal bracket has had problems in the past. The spot welds came away and the unit was fixed and is no longer a problem. The cabstar hasn't been driven for 3 years. All Gears are selectable when engine turned off. Difficult to select gears when engine turned on. It can go into gear with a hard push of the gear stick but it can't be taken out of gear and has to be stalled to stop the vehicle. Reverse is the easiest gear to select. Clutch fluid has not been changed and was slightly below max level when checked.

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