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This happen to my prelude... For me I could put in gear and when I let out the clutch it would stall and not move... I unfortunately had to get a new tranny.... It was locked up..... I could still move the car freely off and out of gear....
If there was no issue but only a poor clutch prior to your work then the settings of the clutch must be rechecked. Make sure that the clutch functions to disconnect the transmission or else the settings might be wrong.
Secondly in the process of the clutch changing it is possible that the gear movements or levers have be misaligned. please check on this section.
If it is a manual transmission, you may have a clutch/pressure plate going bad, or the synchronizers in the trans are going bad. If it is an auto, you have something going wrong inside the trans, and will need to be rebuilt or replaced.
possibly 2 solutions 1. manual transmission --probably clutch fluid. find out where it is, fill it , and make sure the cap is closed exactly like you took it off. if it's not closed clompletely, pressure won't be able to build up. 2. auto trans-- transmission fluid..note there is no dipstick to check fluid.
Sounds like the pressure plate! Try this, rev the engine for a sec then when it starts to slows down try to put it in reverse - if the gears grind, its the pressure plate which will come with the clutch kit for about 125-175.00.
*rack and pinion is steering not trans! Separate issue??
I would look at the clutch itself, if the fluid was low has it got a leak? if the hydraulic system is low and it is leaking you will not have enough travel to engage the clutch. or the pressure plate of the clutch is not releasing the clutch correctly. You should take it to a good transmission shop, who will most likely find the solution.