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When clutch in having trouble going into first and second gear. Feels like the clutch hasn't opened properly. When pump clutch sometimes goes in easily but some times have to force in. What could this be?

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My area here as in europe we all have manuals ,right its a hydraulic clutch and its on the way out,the pressure plate is grabbing as its been overheated and its distorted or the clutch plate is distorted ,mind you it could just be the diaphragm sping in the pressure plate going home ,if you pull it back towards second the syncro will slow the clutch plate a bit then push it up into first .But you really need a new clutch ,not expensive to buy but the labour charge will be .if you are passing alicante in spain i will help you change it

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