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I replaced the clutch on my 93 toyota. gears will not engage while the truck is on. I double checked the throw out bearing. Its has a lot of play but still in its place. What can be wrong?

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Normally these are the common items to look at when opening a tranny, clutch disc, pressure plate and the release/ throw out bearing..Check also if you can go skip the 1st gear just to test if you can put in gear the car 2nd while trying to run a little. It could be a syncro

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