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Manual transmission, can't shift easily, no 2nd gear.

I can barely get into 1st or any other gear, and 2nd just grinds loudly when I try to shift. Is it the clutch, bearings, or is there a hydraulic clutch with fluid, or is it something else? I could really use some help on this one gang. Thanks

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Throwout bearings may be shot. Otherwise linkage may need to be adjusted.

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It sound's like your trans. you probably broke some teeth or wore them down on the wheel/disc inside the transmition.

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