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My tractor acts like it's stuck between gears. When i let out the clutch it acts like it wants to go but unless i push the clutch in again. Any solutions??

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    Mike Apr 06, 2015

    acts like it wants to start but dies unless I engage clutch. wheels won't turn with clutch engaged either.... 1946 ford tractor

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Hello Mike, I have a truck that has over 200K miles on it. Once in a while, it will not move after shifting because it is in two gears at once. If I shift back into the previous gear, it will correct itself. I suspect the shift forks are worn out in the transmission. Good luck.

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