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I CANT SEEM TO GET THE AIR OUT OF THE CSYSTEM NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES I BLEET IT...IT IS STILL NOT ABLE TO CHANGE GEARS....

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The hydrolic has a leak on one of the seals. somewhere there must be a place where oils build up can be seen. check and replace.

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When you say you HAD dye run into the A/C
System,then I assume no leaks where found,
by a repair shop

No why wasn't the problem your having diagnosed & resolved?

We can not diagnose much without knowing a lot &
having the car would be ideal

Kind of like you spent time at a repair shop, for only part
of a fix and no postive results? WHY?

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Help with stuck gears in a standard


clutch is not disengaging enough, probably when hot.
If this is hydraulic clutch, try bleeding the system.

  1. Remove the bleeder screw cover from the clutch slave cylinder (7A508) and attach a hose to the bleeder screw.
  1. Place the other end of the hose in a container.
  1. Slowly pump the clutch pedal (7519) several times.
  1. With the clutch pedal depressed, loosen the bleeder screw to release the fluid and air.
  1. Tighten the bleeder screw.
  1. Repeat steps 3 through 5 until no air bubbles appear in the fluid.
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Gears on my car seem hard to change


if it is grinding when its going into gears it could be the sychronizers. they tend to be the first things to go in manual trannys. if it isnt grinding when its doing it then the clutch could not be fully disengaging when you push it in and that could be it. but if its grinding then i believe its the sychronizers

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All gears grinding not going


You obviously need to bleed the line. You are not getting enough movement to disengage the pressure plate when depressing the clutch pedal. The systems can be a little tough to bleed air from. Keep at it. You will get it. The secret is to keep the reservoir full while bleeding and not let more air back it at the slave down below. Good luck.

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