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2002 gmc sonoma 2.2 manual will shift into 1,2,3 but will not shift into 4,5 or reverse just changed slave cylinder and clutch how do i fix this?

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2002 jeep wrangler recently had a new clutch put in,I am starting to have trouble putting it into 1st gear and shifting into 2nd, all other shifting fine.what could it be?


to answers 100% accurately id have to drive it.

but here in net bunny land, cant do that!
but can ask you to post full symptoms.

(trans or clutch issues)
question 1: can you start car in any gear. clutch held to floor, even reverse )
Q2: once started, can you always shift to reverse (the tricky one, gin?) and not grinding and no complaints,balking?
yes/no
yes then your transmission fluid is low.
or worse.
Q3:
is the clutch MC full? and does not drop day by dead week by week???


q4: new clutch
all 5 parts? or more?
PP pressure plate
disc.
throw out bearing
flywheel pilot bearing (oops?)
new slave cylinder? ,mc set

the slave and mc are a fixed pair in 2002.FSM C6-p9
and on my 2008

the slave and MC are one part and pre filled.
there is no bleeding steps only top offs.

if the clutch drags,(seems it does)
put in a new MS/SLAVE first.
avoid the 10hr labor. if a new clutch, 4wd.ad4f429a-1dc7-4f8b-aa26-1116f5bce673.jpg


I have lots more to ask.
trouble putting
so you are driving
and shifting and moving
and 1>2 shifts are what, grinds, or balks.

can you start engine in any gear (clutch to floor)

can you shift any gear parked ,running, and clutch to floor and not moving. including REVERSE ?
if all are good, cept the 1>2 upshift
that means the clutch is not dragging.
and the #2 synchro ring is worn.
or running the wrong trans fluids.

the newer transmissions are very tricky here.
some are very upset with wrong lube. (or too low or is not black as tar)
or mixing 2 brands, or using synthetic and its so slippery the syncrho fails, (cured many like this)

if all this is true, and clutch don't drag (ever)
then get the car to jeep and have them drain it and fill it with the correct lube and win.


now answer 3:
it might be just the shift linkage messed up
if the 1>2 change balks. (not grind)
on mine boxes i can hear the synchro's spin up.
i can feel them engage, if i cant feel that
then the linkage is bad.

the word trouble does not say what that means.
define trouble putting....

find a shop, a Service tech, that owns a m/T box.
and win.
Some with a/t are clueless...
ive blown more clutches racing than many ever drove.
IMO, and remember it COST YOU NOTHING to ask. (I'm retired early, gin!)

Sep 21, 2014 | 2002 Jeep Wrangler

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Gmc sonoma clutch


my clutch problem was the cluch pedal the gromet holding clutch piston the pedal was worn an could not shift I replaced the part auto zone or one of those place carry it as an after market part...not sure if this will help

Apr 01, 2014 | 1998 GMC Sonoma

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1991 GMC Sonoma manual transmission won't shift into gears, won't move, is it the clutch?


Usally when the clutch is bad, you still can shift gears. Check the slave cylinder or air in the fluid line. Good luck

Dec 11, 2010 | 1991 GMC Sonoma

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My 1991 sonoma 2wd auto will only has low gear and reverse. Trans fluid looks ok. What could the problem be.


You broke the low one way clutch. The trans will need rebuilt. The truck should be drivable if you take off in Man 1, shift to Man 2 at about 12mph, then shift to drive at about 27, then shift into overdrive at about 42.

Jul 18, 2010 | 1991 GMC Sonoma

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How to replace a clutch and a slave cylinder


I recommend you get the Haynes repair manual on your vehicle. That will explain how to do it correctly.

Jul 12, 2010 | 1996 GMC Sonoma

1 Answer

2002 saturn vue, manual shifting problems


You have a slave cylinder for this trans. Pump the clutch pedal 25 times with the engine OFF. Then start it and try shifting it into each gear while parked. If this make it work your slave cylinder needs to be replaced

May 15, 2010 | 2002 Saturn VUE

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Gear Shift very stiff, doesnt want to go into 1st gear or reverse


Continued operation like this and $100 would have been the cheap fix. If this is a hydraulic clutch, check the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder. Most take Dot 3 brake fluid and it will say on the cap. It is located on the fire wall near brake master cylinder

Nov 13, 2009 | 2002 Saturn L-Series

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When i changed the clutch about 9 months ago all was well now when i try to shift. i cant unless the car is off. it is like i cant get the clutch in far enough for it to shift PLEASE help it is a 1985 GMC...


is this system hydraulic actuated? if its mechanical theres an adjustment on linkage.(threaded linkage at left side of trans,should be adjusted to have 1/2 inch free play on clutch pedal at top of its stroke.if its hydraulic check slave cylinder and master cylinder for proper operation.

Oct 10, 2009 | GMC Sierra 1500 Cars & Trucks

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Cluth line to transmission is leaking and loose on transmission


slave cylinder, first check to see if it has fluid, than bleed like you the brakes, there is a resvoier for just the clutch it is usually held on w/ 2 bolts the slave cylinder

Sep 19, 2009 | 1991 GMC Sonoma

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Transmision shifting problem


Reverse is not sycronized, this means the gears have to stop to mess and not grind, two thing cause this, being to quick to slam into reverse after clutch is depressed, a problem with the clutch.

Jul 27, 2008 | 1991 GMC Sonoma

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