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Hello, I was just changing gears and the clutch was still working but the gears stopped engaging. Any ideas what could be wrong?

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There are three parts to a standard shift transmission's clutch assembly. Clutch disk, Pressure plate, and release bearing. If any of these fail there is a loud noise. Since you haven't heard anything disturbing, I think these parts are OK. If everything was running fine until the moment the gears stopped engaging the problem may lie in the transmission itself. If I understand correctly the gears are grinding instead of going into the next gear. Have the transmission checked out to see if it is low on oil or damaged. A mechanic will drain the oil and check for pieces of metal.

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