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1988 Nissan Pickup Clutch problem?

To put it simply enough i was in a drive through and when i reached for my wallet in my back poclet i kept my foot on the clutch all the way so when i pulled away i went to go into second gear and i couldnt go from nuetral to second or even back into first so i shut the truck down and tried to start it but it wouldnt start and my clutch pedal wasnt resisting at all its liek the clutch isnt even grabbing

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  • circulatrue Nov 05, 2008

    No pressure on the cluth pedal at all. Tried bleeding air out of the lines after replacing the master and slave cylinders. Wtf? Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have two children that I have to get around that I can't right now.

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The fork in the tranmission could have got stuck and there is also two bleeds on that system you have to bleed the one on the tranmision first then the one on the master cylinder. It could posible a clutch problem but not really sounding that way.

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