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Clutch pedal is **** halfway down and dosent shift

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If it won't go all the way down, the clutch won't disengage to allow you to shift.

Posted on Apr 16, 2014

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Being shut out of gear like that is an indication that your clutch is not disengaging even when the clutch pedal is down. Revving to 3000 rpm matches speeds inside the gearbox, in effect shifting without clutch action.

I believe your clutch cable is broken, unattached at one end or the other, or is too slack to release the clutch.

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ok, so you the clutch is failing,
you never posted the symtoms, not really
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does car take off in 1st ?
or is it just moving fast issues>????
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i bet you didnt adjust it or the linkage splines are damaged.
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Check clutch cable, check clutch lever, if there is some noise from the clutch when the engine is running, then the release bearing is most likely faulty, or even the clutch pressure plate.

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Per the Ford owners manual:

The clutch on your

vehicle is operated by

a cable. As necessary, adjust the clutch as described

below.

1. Turn the engine off and shift into 1 (First).

2. Put your foot under the clutch pedal and gently

pull it up until the pedal stops.

3. Push the clutch pedal down slowly. You will hear a
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If you have a hydraulic clutch and you can't shift bleed it, if it slips you need a new clutch. here again you need to have freeplay in the pedal for the master cylinder to work properly. hope this helps

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