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1995 Ford F-150 transmission check truck runs great but won't move feels like it's going into gear feels like clutch is there but truck wont move How do I know if it's the transmission or the clutch

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If the tail shaft spins , but dose not move points to broken axle, other wise transmission or clutch fault.

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Ok the transmission is gone anytime a transmission slips between gears its bad and the worst thing you could have done was change the fluid and filter because the only thing holding any friction on the clutches was the old fluid once you drained the old fluid and added fresh you washed the last remaining particals of clutch material off and now the transmission is totally dead. you need to replace the transmission, torque converter and flush all of the old fluid with clutch particals from the transmission cooler and lines use air and brakek cleaner to blow out the debris from othe transmission cooler lines do it from both lines first one then the other line until no more junk comes out o it will "kill" the replacement tranmission.
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Bleed the system

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it could be the slave cylinder.throw out bearing.or press plate.

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SOURCE: manual transmission wont go into gear unless

if you have to shut off the car to get it in gear then you either need to adjust the clutch or repair the slave cylinder.check your fluid level for the clutch,owners manual will tell you how.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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No if yoou feel no pressure on the pedal, this is the pressure plate has no strength, this is a default pressure plate. If you feel the clutch strong but when you push it it sounds like a broken bearing, this is the pressure plate bearing that is bad.

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