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Does clutch go to floor --if hydraulic check fluid level possible leak air in system--blown line-- burnt up clutch -bad slave --regular clutch --spring --throw out bearing --broken fork --blown clutch----shift linkage out of adjustment--bad gear in transmission
GO UNDER CAR ON TRANSMISSION LOOK FOR A PLUG PULL IT OUT STICK YOUR PINKIE FINGER IN THE HOLE IF NO GEAR OIL ON THERE THEN GET GEAR OIL NOT TRANSMISION FLUID AS STICK SHIFTS USE GEAR OIL JUST PUT IN THAT HOLE TILL OVER FLOW PLUG IT BACK UP THEN GO FROM NUTRAL TO HIGH GEAR WHILE CAR IS NOT ON HOP THIS HELP IF NOT IT COULD BE CLUTCH BEARING IS SHOT THATS NOT A DO IT YOUR SELF PROBLEM UNLESS YOU OWN A GARAGE LOL
Just a suggestion here but my son was experiencing the same problem with his Toyota Celica. We replaced the clutch and throwout bearing and MC, had me stumped for days the I pulled back the rubber boot on the MC where the it comes through the firewall under the dash and saw that there was fluid leaking into the boot so basically the MC was bad an it was bypassing the metering valve causing the fluid not to push the slave cylinder all the way down for engagement. On another car ...a 97 Saturn SL it wouldn't shift into gear, also all new clutch components. Wound up being a bad top right side motor mount was bad. engine was sagging just enough to cause the clutch not to shift properly. I hope this helps.
Have you just replaced the clutch? Taken out the transaxle, and put it back in? Are you sure transmission was in good condition before this? If so, review your procedure carefully to be sure you got it all back right. Watch the slave cylinder while someone depresses clutch. You should see the little plunger move slightly out and move the clutch lever back. The lever moves the release bearing inside bell housing into contact with the pressure plate. If slave cylinder doesn't move at all, try bleeding again. The plunger has to move when clutch is engaged. I'm not sure what you mean by "will shift but won't go into gear". You mean it's actually going into a gear position and car won't move? Or it won't go into any gear, period. As if you had no clutch?
It might be time to change some spark plugs and fuel filter. Have all the maintenance items looked at for replacement. It may be just time for some of the regular things to be checked. Let me know what you find.