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94 Honda Accord Manual transmission not shifting into gear while running

Start the car and cont shift into 1st gear or any gear..when the cars off it shift into each gear. Iry to start it while its in gear and it stalls forward

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Have you checked the fluid in the clutch master cylinder?

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