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2001 Honda Civic manual will not shift

I was driving down the road and all was fine until I went to shift from 5th to 4th gear. I could not get it out of 5th. I pulled to the side of the road, and shut the car off. At that time I was able to shift through all the gears. The car would not start in gear and clutch pressed with out making a loud grinding noise. I put the car in neutral and it started just fine but I could not shift into any gear. Once I got the car rolling I could forcefully shift gears as long as I never stopped. Its almost like a clutch cable broke(on the old cars). Any suggestions?

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My old honda did that too. replace the clutch, it's probably the pressure plate.

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