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Clutch won't engage

I depresse my clutch in my '91 toyota pickup and it stuck in neutral and my clutch won't engage now. The clutch pedal is very hard to depress now, I've tried bleeding it and there is no air in the lines. Any suggestions?

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There is a problem with the pressure plate spring or possibly the throwout bearing is bound up,you should be able to pull the rubber boot from around the clutch fork and have someone depress the pedal,you should be able to see if it's a problem with the bearing.Unfortunatly the trans is probably going to have to caome off.

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