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My car is stuck in gear as a result of clutch master cylynder resevoir being bone dry clutch has been inspected seems to be fine car locked up front tires wont engage any other gear if i put it in nuetral and start without clutch it jumps forward like in gear stick shifter in car operates but doesn't shift in trans is it the shift fork???

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Pressure plate is bad need new fork bearing and pressure plate... be sure to have the flywheel resurfaced for best results

Posted on Jan 23, 2011

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    Josh Taylor Jan 23, 2011

    oh and you did refill and bleed the clutch master cylinder right?

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