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When i try to put my volvo S40 in reverse the gears crunch..changed the slave on the clutch and bled also changed the front gear linkage,,,HELP its still doing it.

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May have to change clutch

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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Im having a job trying to under stand your clutch problem but will try...
If you are loosing either pressure or clutch fluid then the cylinders Master and Slave Cylinder have to be either repaired or replaced.. but if the clutch has good pressure but as you say crunch into Reverse gear it should also do it in 1 and 2sec gears but if only reverse and 4th gear then the 4th gear scrinco is no good and the clutch plate assy also has to be replaced at the same time as the gear box is out to be repaired.. its a big job .
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