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I just put a new slave cylinder and clutch master cylinder on a 2003 Honda accord 3.0 V6 six speed and you can shift the gears without the clutch pedal pushed in or the car started


that is normal if the gear synchro dogs ( teeth) are in line in the box
problems concerning a clutch are
slashing gears when trying to engage first or reverse with the pedal to the floor ---needs bleeding
slipping when the clutch pedal is released--- slipping clutch from the pressure not being released ---problem in master cylinder
reverse gear is the only gear not synchronised so even with the clutch depressed it is possible sometimes that it will not go into gear unless you let the clutch up to move the gears in the box then attempt to re-engage reverse

May 04, 2016 | Honda Cars & Trucks

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What allows clutch to slip so much to not move car.


-Possibly time to replace new clutch.

Good luck


mai

Nov 10, 2014 | 1990 Toyota Camry

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Can put into gear when running but when i release clutch and give gas truck dont move but i haer a low clunk sound, could it be my pressure plate or gears in my transmission?


if you can put it into gear release the clutch , no movement its more than likely the clutch assembly broken spring in the pressure plate , have you tried all gears also reverse if it goes into all gears no movement or if the sound get worse or goes away in different gear then I would say input shaft bearing , my bet is clutch assembly

Jan 04, 2014 | 1988 Ford Bronco

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Car will go in gear but will not move when clutch is released,any ideas will be helpful.thanks


Either the clutch has failed, or something inside the transmission has broken.
Can you shift gears with the engine running and not depressing the clutch ? Can you put the transmission in first gear and move the car by hand ?

Dec 11, 2012 | 1989 Mazda 626

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Int 806 will not move clutch is new


Fit 4th gear Release hand brakes on strait floor with open hood and push the car back and Forward to see if the engine engage your gear box if is not your clutch is back to front.if engage press the clutch pedal to make release of the gear,notes mechanical clutch cable or hydraulic system. check Release bearing arm position.

Sep 29, 2012 | Peugeot 806 Cars & Trucks

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Cluch issues


You should not have to force it into gear. If your clutch is releasing you should be able to slide it into gear. Here are a couple of possibilities. Your clutch is either hydraulic or cable actuated. Your master or slave cylinder is not extending fully to release the pressure plate from the clutch disk. If you have a cable actuated clutch your cable may have stretched so much that it no longer releases quite enough. I really doubt you need a new clutch if it grabs and holds well after it is in gear. Look into whatever system your vehicle uses to release the clutch be it cable or hydraulic. Wish I could help more , but I can't see it to diagnose it.

Apr 09, 2012 | 1995 Mercury Mystique

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Whinning noise from engine when changing gear went to pull off in 1st gear car stalled and now cannot engae gears is this just the clutch cable or something else


Hi, I think the noise you were getting while changing gear is most likely to be the clutch release
bearing ( as you press the clutch down the release bearing contacts the clutch pressure plate
fingers ).
The whinning noise is the bearing seizing up,
Unfortunately it looks like yours has damaged the fingers of the pressure plate so the clutch is not disengaging to allow you to select a gear.
A clutch kit will need to be fitted this contains clutch plate, pressure plate, release beaing
I hope this dos`nt turn out to be to expensive for you
John ( South Wales UK )

Jun 17, 2011 | Hyundai Genesis Coupe Cars & Trucks

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I drive a 2004 Audi A4 1.8T. It has a 6 speed manual and it is becoming increasingly more difficult to shift gears due to a stiff and notchy gear shifter. I've had the car well maintained and serviced and...


The hard to put into gear is the cause of either a worn or almost worn out clutch or the syncro in the transmission. To test the clutch just observe where the clutch releases. If it releases at the top of the clutch stroke then it most likely is the syncros, if it releases at the bottom (ot too early in the stroke on release) then it is the clutch and you need a new clutch installed. Hope this helps you.

Mar 05, 2010 | Audi A4 Cars & Trucks

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Gear shifting


Adust clutch cable.Test...start the car in first gear with clutch fully depressed, parking break off. Slowly release the clutch. determine when the vehicle starts to move. If clutch is fully depressed call that 100%, fully released is 0%. The vehicle should be moving at around the 55-45% range.

Dec 02, 2009 | 2002 Nissan Xterra

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Car will not drive, is it clutch or cabel


my daewoo lanos wont shift into gear/s while running even when clutch is depressed all the way

Nov 12, 2008 | 2001 Daewoo Lanos

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