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How does the cluch engage

When I push down on the cluch it want go into gear

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Is your clutch master cylinder real low or empty,if so then your clutch slave cylinder is bad and not holding pressure and leaking,it's located on side of transmission,held on by two bolts,easy to remove,need to get a bleeder kit,autozone has them.Here's a link on how to replace,here's the part.

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