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Stretched cable...worn clutch plate, weak pressure plate, bent lever ....other than replacing the cable, {$140 oriely auto} the box has to be removed and a new clutch kit includes "clutch plate, pressure plate, thrust bearing" {throwout bearing} { $180 oriely auto} Just a simple thing to check is the fluid level in the master cylinder if it is low you may have sucked in air and it may just need to bleed the lines.. sorry to be the bearer of bad news. but I hope this helps.

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What year clutch is cable operated theres an adjustment

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I have a 93 mighty max just replace the clutch throwout bearing and pressure plate --now the problem is i can not get the clutch to engage enough to shift gears-- i have taken everthing back off to...


Do you mean you can't get the clutch to DISengage? You need the clutch to disengage - 'unlock' the transmission input shaft from the flywheel - in order to change gears.
If you put the transmission in 1st gear and start the engine and the truck starts moving with the pedal depressed, the clutch IS engaged. I think you mean that you can't get it to disengage so you can stop without killing the engine, and can change gears without a lot of grinding.
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