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Can't get it into gear on a 95 integra after changing clutch

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  • superdave1 May 11, 2010

    Did you use an alignment tool? Does the clutch plate work when you depress pedal? When you try to put it in gear, can you get it in neutral?



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It sounds like you need to either beed your clutch if the system is hydraulic or adjust your cable/linkage if mechanical

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