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Manual transmission goes into gear without clutch being depressed, also truck can be moved with shifter in gear..help

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Clutch adjusted wrong so not fully engaged, or clutch plate worn out.
Pedal should have 1" or so movement before pressure felt building up.
If not, adjust so there is some free play.
If free play is present the clutch itself is likely in trouble or the mechanism is damaged.

Posted on May 30, 2010

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  • kapricorn62 May 30, 2010

    ok how do you adjust it?

  • kapricorn62 May 30, 2010

    now that i think about it i should add that the truck will start which means that the clutch would seem to be stuck in the engaged mode because it wont start unless the clutch is pressed in, but when you release it it's not disengaging to put it into gear....any further thoughts?

  • Terry May 30, 2010

    Not familiar with the particular truck, but usually a micro switch decides that & that should be attached to the pedal or the mechanism to allow starting when clutch depressed so it doesn't affect previous comments.
    Adjusting; as hydraulic it's automatic so in that case a worn out clutch or stuffed slave cylinder (which they're prone to) is more likely.
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