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Changed clutch and pressure plate. After replacing gear linkage, stuck in a gear and won't select!


This is a clear indication of something has gone not gone in correctly. After changing the Clutch and the pressure plate the assembly looks like has not gone in properly and is slipping engaging. Take it back to the mechanic and get it checked

Feb 15, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Cant select gears in my escort gti, the thrust bearing is winding


this sounds like the throwout breaing is going or gone bad and may have lost it purpose of controling the pressure plate, by not being able to select a gear tells me something has gone bad in the clutch system like the bearing which pushes the pressure plate to release the cluch which allow ****** to stop spinning so that the gear can be selected. the repair for this would be to replace the clutch kit. the clutch pack will come with new bearing clutch disc and pressure plate and if needed a polit bushing, the whining noise was a warning that something in the cluch system was going bad.

Sep 25, 2011 | Ford Escort Cars & Trucks

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There is no pressure when i press down my clutch, I just had it replaced about a year and a half ago. It didn't feel like the clutch went?


clutch master or slave cyl. could have gone out so you are no longer releasing clutch thats why no pressure on pedal. look for Brake fluid leak -clutch uses same type of fluid. or master cyl can leak or bypass internally and just not build pressure.

Jan 24, 2011 | 2001 Hyundai Elantra

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Stuggle to get get gears(1-4and reverse) in a 1995 vw chico.Is the clutch gone?


The clutch may be fine but need adjusting or bleeding (if it's a hydraulic clutch). This can also be caused by a failing throwout bearing, pressure plate, clutch fork, low fluid in a hydraulic clutch or a mechanical linkage that's out of adjustment.

Check for low fluid first because it's an easy solution. If the clutch uses a cable or linkage check the adjustment, it may need tightening.

It's important to address this soon because when you have to force a transmission into gear you're wearing out the synchronizers and you'll miss them when they're gone.

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Dec 26, 2010 | 2004 Volkswagen Golf

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Clutch pedal stays at floor - will not come back up


clutch pedal broke .autoadjuster broke ,clutch thrust bearing has gone through clutch pressure plate operating fingers ,clutch operating arm has broke

Dec 05, 2010 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Am

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My 87 sami has been parked in the barn for about 3 years without moving. i fired her up the other day, and noticed, that will idleing, i could not put the trans into any gears. when i turned the engine...


the slave cylinder for the clutch has lost pressure or has gone bad, don't panic!! not yet, pump the clutch about a hundred times, i'm not kiddin! sometimes it happens,you have a hydraulic slave cylinder clutch. they loose pressure if not used often, after you've pumped it 29times look under the driverside door towards motor to see if fluid is dripping down,, if not,, keep pumping until the clutch comes up;;;FEEL PRESSURE WHEN YOU'RE PUSHING CLUTCH IN hope this helps!!

Oct 07, 2010 | 1986 Suzuki Samurai

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2007 chvy cobalt clutch gone after 38,000 miles. shop is saying normal wear and tear


38000 miles is unusual for clutch being bad. What do you mean by GONE? if th edisc is worn out and the pressure plate and flywheel have a lot of HOT SPOTS, it would be from abuse. Clutch life is reflected by the drivers habits.

Dec 14, 2009 | 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt Coupe

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Getting harder and harder to place into gear. Also, when the clutch is disengaged (pedal down), I will hear a louder noise, sounds like something is rubbing on something


It seems like the clutch pressure plate has gone, not releasing the clutch plate once the pedal is operated.
The noise you hear, is it a screeching one or is it like the gears rubbing eachother.
If its a screeching noise thn its the release bearing and if its a heavier grinding noise thn its the gears.
Guess you will have to replace the clutch pressure plate, its highly recomended though to replace the pro-kit,i.e the clutch plate, pressure plate and the release bearing.
Good luck.

Jul 08, 2009 | 1991 Isuzu Rodeo

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The compressor on the Air Conditioning will not


First thing to check is the fuse. Next ---If the freon pressure is low the compressor clutch will chatter. If the freon is all gone or very low, the pressure switch in the system will not allow the clutch to get power, so will not turn on. Or it could be the switch in the dash board. If you pull the electrical connection at the clutch, then with separate wires and alligator clips run power direct from batter to clutch --the clutch will throw in if it is good. If so, you will know it is probably the pressure switch. If you have good pressure, then it could be the pressure switch itself has failed.

Jun 11, 2009 | 1994 Ford Taurus

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Clutch noise and stiffness


it sounds like your clutch release bearing has or is colapsing.when you press the clutch the release bearing is under the most load hence the noise.gearbox out i,m afraid.Can you still get gears ok ?.Also the pedal box,s are prone to break on polo,s ,the symptom for that is like a squashy pedal and hard to get gears.if you can look up at the top of the clutch pedal where the cable mounts see if the bracket the cable fits in to is broken away at the top.

Jan 26, 2009 | 2001 Volkswagen Golf

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