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Inside the 5th gear housing on the end transmission, there is a level that actuates the pushrod for the clutch, i've seen these brake a number of times. The transmission will not need to be removed to fix this problem. In the photo below, it's part number 20. While this is not the exact transmission from your vehicle, the layout of the parts are the same.

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