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Stuck clutch pedal

The clutch pedal is supressed and wont release. When the keys are not in the ignition, i can shift freely. However, when i insert the key and turn slightly, i am unable to shift to any gear. If i put the vehicle in say reverse, then insert key and crank it up, it jumps and grinds backwards. Needless to say the vehicle was promptly shut off.
I thank you in advance for any help you offer.

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  • arete112358 Dec 16, 2008

    I think you'd be interested to learn that when I added brake fluid to the resevoir and pumped the clutch, it released. The truck is drivable now.

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You have a leak in the clutch hydraulic system. without the spring tension from the clutches pressure plate the the pedal wont return. it is likely that the leak is at the slave cylinder, which is inside the bell housing. to replace it the transmission must be removed.

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

  • jac wilson Dec 17, 2008

    where did the original fluid go?

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