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Just replaced clutch in toyota pickup 91 sr5 after getting everything back together will not go into gear, Had flywheel turned doesnt seem to be making contact with turned flywheel

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  • Chris DeHoyos May 11, 2010

    By saying it won't go into gear, do you mean that when started the shifter wont go into say first with the clutch pressed?

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You installed the clutch backwards

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