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We have a 1985 GMC 2500 pickup - we can not get the clutch to engage. What could be the problems?

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  • Ronnie Wilson May 11, 2010

    Your Problem is that the Vehicle wont pull or it will not (once running) go INTO GEAR ??????????? I Can Help you on this Im Sure but Please be More Spasific / Detailed

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Clutch could just need adjustment, or throw out bearing replacement or clutch replacement if no adjustment is left. consider the age and mileage if clutch has never been changed, would recomend it rather than throwing parts at it.

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