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Can get all gears but no drive no fluid loss no noise from gearbox engine sounds good

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Check your linkage,when you put in any gear you gonna see the one in trnny moves to

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Sorry my car is Audi A3 2000model 1.8 non turbo. i just changed my slave master cylinder and i tried to bleed my clutch but it doesn't get up. what could be a problem?


the master cylinder slave or cylinder
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slave cylinder failure
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if still no better a clutch fork or clutch problem..gearbox out



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gears slipping out will be indicated by the gear lever jumping into neutral.This can be from incorrect rear engagement from a loose worn pivot in the gear lever tower or something stopping the gear lever from moving properly.. Clutch problems are indicated by --going to the floor. crashing 1st gear, engines rpm s climbing without an appreciable vehicle speed increase. If there is a fault in the gear box it will be only in the gear engaged (missing teeth-chipped ) and not all gears. If it is a bearing then there will be no noise in 4th gear
Boxes are repairable as mostly it only needs that faulty part to be replaced

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sounds like your shifting cable might of come off check and see if its still hooked up to the transmission just follow where it comes down from the stick shift into the tranny. hope this helps

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