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My manual transmission is not going in to gear and it has a new cluch and slave and its stuck in gear and i have bleed the cluch and it is like its stuck between two gears what could be the problum

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Take the 3 screws for the shifter off remove the shifter and get a flash light and makes sure the grooves are in line for the shifter. if not you can use a screw driver to move them and get them in line. that should work for you. i hope this was helpful

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