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Clutch will not engage when depressed

My clutch will not engage when depressed. When the cluch is pushed, power is still going to the transmition. I can not shift gears when the truck is running. I still have fluid and resistance on the cluch pedal.

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If it is hydrolic then your slave sealender might be gone if trash gits in it it will stick try looken at that

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There could be one of a few issues here.
1 the thrust bearing may have gone which sites on the clutch plate prongs and the actuator arm.
if you have somebody who can depress the pedal while you go under and have a look at whats going on.
2 as this is a hydrolic assisted clutch there may be air got into the system which may show resistance but there is not enough pressure to push the clutch plates so the stay engaged.
when was the clutch fluid last replaced? as same as break fluid is will absorb moisture over time and reduce is effectiveness.
3. the clutch plates may have overheated last time round and welded together so they will not come apart and will have to be replaced.
do you drive with your foot covering the clutch pedal? this style of driving can cause the clutch to overheat as their is never full pressure during driving always leave your feet away from the clutch pedal once you have changed gear.

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