Question about 1991 Mercury Capri
Yesterday, I started my '91 Capri (had just driven from Texas to Alabama without any trouble at all) and attempted to put it in 1st gear--when suddenly the clutch seemed much too easy to depress. I immediately noticed the car would not go into gear. I turned the car off, put it in 1st--then when I attempted to started it, even with clutch depressed, turning the key over made the entire car move forward--as though clutch was not even depressed. Is there something that could suddenly come loose (ie. a clutch cable or "linkage"???) I'm no mechanic, but I also am in financial crisis and have to try to troubleshoot this myself---if possible. Thanks for any help you can provide.
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Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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