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Putting a clutch and transmission wont seperate

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You need to lift the rear of the engine about 2"then wiggle the transmission while pulling out the idle shaft from the other words keep the trans/engine in a straight line when pulling apart.....

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well we could just lie and tell you what you want to hear but that wont help you... did you smell anything when this happend, if you lost a spring in the clutch plate this is what could happen.. but im speculating at the moment with out seperating the engine and trani..
that is where i would start, dont put the trani in the grave befor you see if it has a heartbeat, check things out a little more before panicing.
try putting the clutch in and putting in gear as you strat the car see if it will go in gear, my gut says you may have a clutch problem but you need to test a bit more before i can say for sure...
good luck please post comments if you have more info for me to chew on.

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