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I HEARD A LOUD SQUEKING AND WHEN I SIFTED DOWN IT WOULDEN'T GO INTO ANY GEARS AND I JUST HAD PUT A NEW CLUTCH IN NOT EVEN THREE MONTHS AGO. WHEN THE CAR IS OFF IT GOES ITNO THE GEARS WITH AND WITH OUT THE CLUTCH PEDAL IN BUT WHEN THE CAR IS RUNNING I WONT GO INTO ANY GEARS

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It's the shift forks in the transmission.

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