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Change clutch and pressure plate, trans ront go in gear when engine is running

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Adjust the clutch

Posted on Apr 11, 2015

Testimonial: "I have tried adjusting Clutch linkage numerous times makes no difference"

  •  johnny rebel
    johnny rebel Apr 11, 2015

    if you put the clutch in properly and not backwards,then you have a problem with the tranny

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The whinning noise is the bearing seizing up,
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