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Im having problems getting my 90 scottsdale to go in gear

It wont go in first or second but the higher the gear the easier it will go, first usually never goes, seconds hard, third is a little easier, and so on. I was told it might be my slave cylinder. And if I do get it to go in gear the more the truck warms up its easier to get it in gear, but when I shut it off then restart it its back to not wanting to go in gear

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I would suspect disc, pressure plate. and replace all
disc, pressure plate and throw out bearing

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