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Manual transmission won't go into some gears. in neutral, let out clutch, whining sound. want to try and avoid purchasing a whole trans if only one or a couple components are bad. thansk for any help you may provide me.

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Probably need a new clutch & Flywheel if its pitted!
Very easy to change out & would cost you under $200
With Complete Clutch, Flywheel & Fluid. Watch videos from Richpin6 on YouTube & if your mechanically inclined you can replace the clutch in a few hours!

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Clutch plate wear out too much , need to change it.

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