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My clutch got blocked and i can not change my gear can plz someone give me an answer

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Hi, may be first you need to specify if your car use clutch cable or hydraulic system. If is hydraulic check you clutch master or sleeve master. If this two above are right may be your clutch trust bearing is stuck on pressure plate. Only way to find out is to remove your gearbox to what is damage in your clutch.

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