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Clutch 5 speed stuck in gear, will start, but if i let out on whats left in the pedal, it tries to move a little, but dies. I can move the shifter, with effort, but wont go into reverse???

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If its a hydrulic clutch check the fluid and fix the leak if its low.
If its a cable clutch its likely that the clutch is worn out and needs to be replaced

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