Question about Cars & Trucks
Under the hood by the brake fluid reservoir there should be another small reservoir that has a cap on it, this is called a slave-cylinder. If it is dry on fluid it will not release the clutch when you press on the clutch pedal and makes it very hard to get out of gear, especially if you are sitting on a hill. Make sure it is full of fluid( uses brake fluid). If this don't work rock the truck back and forth to take pressure off of transmission while trying to take out of gear.( may need a helper for this) If that doesn't do it you may have an internal problem with the synchronization inside the transmission.
Posted on Feb 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: shifter stuck in second gear
Your shift linkage has come undone. Jack the car up and climb underneath. You shift linkage is either com undone from the trans or you shift stabelize bad has come undone at the shift arm.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
Purchase a gear shift repair kit for your car. They are pretty cheap. About 20 bucs. The ball and bushings are probably worn.
Posted on May 31, 2009
pending on the type of clutch in the vehicle, you may be low on clutch fluid. (if your clutch is hydraulic)
other than that it is most likely the entire clutch itself.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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