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what does that mean, it has no clear meaning at all.
first is car a auto or stick (mines a stick)
stays in gear can mean many things,,,
1: A/t shift lever stuck in drive, you never said what gear,?
2: M/t sticks shift car, , the car moves in gear, with clutch held to floor.
i cant shift to neutral?
I cant shift to park.
I cant what? be clear. please
the reason for hard shifting and selection when running is that the clutch shaft ( input shaft) is still turning even though the clutch pressure plate is released
it can be from oil/grease on the fly wheel /pressure plate face causing it to stick when hot
it may be from sticking clutch plate on the splines binding when hot
or it could be a dry spigot bush or failed bearing in the end of the crankshaft that positions the clutch shaft
check the pedal height adjustment and the position it is from the floor when starting to engage
It may be adjustment under the dash
on the bottom of the clutch housing there is a bleed nipple, like on the brakes, if you have pumped the clutch with out enough fluid in the brake receiver container you would of put air in the clutch system, you need to keep it topped up all the time so its at max. and bleed the clutch, you will need to lift the clutch pedal by hand up and down a few times to get the air out, its not assisted like the brakes so it will take a good few pumps and tightening the nippel when it feels pressure.
Ok it looks like there is no problem with the clutch or tranmission. You problem is that the clutch pedal is stiff and sticking to the floor. This sometimes happens when vehicles sit for extended periods of time. It might free up by working back and forth by hand. Have the vehicle off and the parking brake applied and push the clutch pedal up and down with your hand, It might stick to the floor and you may have to pull it off the floor a few times. You can also get some spray lubricant from your local canadian tire or auto parts store. open the hood and have someone move the clutch pedal up and down and spray the moving parts. It might take a few times to free up the stiff linkage but it will work :)
I am dealing with a very similar issue on my 03 Spec V , So far i noticed the clevis pin was loose and the locking hitch pin that slips thru it had fallen out . this caused the gears to not wanna engage due to the bolt behind the clevis which runs to the master cylinder was not getting pressed in when i pushed the clutch pedal in because the clevis pin was slippin on n off giving me no pressure up top .. I had to remove my lower dash panel in order to get visual n hand access to this pin , it is a tight spot to work in as well . May be easist to remove the 4 14mm bolts that hold yur driver seat in to give ya more room to work n stretch out ur arms