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I have a 1991 Ford Explorer XLT with a 5speed manual transmission. It will not go into any gear. When I put the car in neutral an let out on the clutch it will move forward. When I put the car into reverse an let out on the clutch the car will stalls out and dies. When I put the car into any gear it wants to stall out and die

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Check that your not in 2 gears at once , put in to neutral by moving gear shift rods at the gearbox.

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