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My 2000 Pontiac Sunfire 2.2 5 speed wont move ahead.

I put my car in the ditch last week, and hoped their was nothing major wrong. But I went last night to go pick up my GF and put it in first gear to take off and let the clutch out but it just would only move a tiny bit.
So im not sure? their might be some fluid in the driveway if that has anything to do with it?

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You may have pulled the lines from the slave cylinder a tiny bit and 1 may have cracked i'd check the lines to your slave cylinder first for leaks, 2 plastic lines going inside the transmission on the drivers side near the front of the trans..

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