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Hard shift manual transmission

My 94 gmc sierra is hard to get in gear once the truck is warmed up. When it first starts and runs it shift perfectly

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Check the fluid in the slave cyclinder,it looks like a brake fluid tank, you need to use brake fluid in it also, look to see if you have one for brakes and one for the clutch, fill it up to full line ,hope to help

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