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Clutch will not engage all the way

I have a 82 chevy 1/2 ton with 3/4 ton spindles in front and a 14 bolt free floating rear end. i just put a new tranny and 205 transfer case in. the truck has a centerforce clutch and i have the clutch adjustment rod out all the way and i cant get it to engage the whole way. the last 2 inchs of the pedal hook but i cant figure out why its not engaging. it is a little cause i can hear gears grind when attempting to put it in gear.

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  • duke_james89 May 27, 2009

    The truck ran and drove before i put the new tranny in. i changed nothing besides the tranny and new gear to gear t case

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It sounds like you have the wrong clutch or pressure plate. Talk to the Chevy dealer parts manager.

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