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Will not go into gears when pressing down on clutch

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  • myearwood0 Oct 16, 2013

    does the clutch pedal feel any different when pressed ?

  • myearwood0 Oct 16, 2013

    does the gear stick still move the same ?

  • Richard Belandres Oct 16, 2013

    gear stick moves without pressing down on clutch. Clutch pedal does not feel any different.

  • Richard Belandres Oct 16, 2013

    While making a left turn, wife said that clutch did not slip into

  • Richard Belandres Oct 16, 2013

    the next gear. After stopping, put into first, started but gear was engaged. Turned off car, started again, tried to put into first, would not go into gear.

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Try pumping clutch pedal few times and see if it goes into gear if it does then quite possible hydralic clutch system fault like a slave cylinder,if it does not go still then quite possible worn clutch

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