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Can t shift gears

I can not press the clutch to change gears, might it be the clutch or the oil, cause in my car I have no cable it is a hydrolic clutch

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  • mauier May 31, 2009

    ummm.... I know I dont know alot about cars but where is the bleed screw please

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Loosen the bleed screw.Then check if you can press the pedal down.If you can you have to change the clutch Assembly.If you still find it hard to depress then the master cylinder needs to be replaced.Hope this was useful.

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  • Philip Long
    Philip Long May 31, 2009

    On the side of the gearbox.Follow the fluid pipe from the master cylinder down to the slave.There you will see a bleed screw with a rubber cap on it.Remove the cap then loosen the screw.

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