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Haveing problems shifting....is my clutch going out? or is there fluid i have to check?

Its very hard to shift all of a sudden what could the problem be. is my clutch going out?or does it need fluid somewere?

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Check the shift cables down by the tranny.something is binding it or my have clips missing that holds the cables in proper allingement

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