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if car is in gear and does not move you either have a driveshaft joint damaged or the clutch disc worn out ,,, hard driving ie spinning wheels high revving inlow gears can cause this ,,,, sorry but it looks expensive either way ,,,,,
try this.you have 2 shifter cables.one is select cable the other is shift cable.first put the transmission selector lever in neutral.then move transmission shift lever to 4th gear.depress clutch to if necessary to shift.move the shift lever to the 4th gear position until contacts stop.then you turn the adjuster turn buckle so the shift cable eye aligns with the eye in the gear shift lever.when installing the cable eye. make sure the flange side of plastic bushing at the shift cable end is on the cotter pin side.the cables should be adjusted so the clearance between the shift lever and both stoppers are equal when the shift lever is moved to 3rd and 4th gear. move the shift lever to each position and check that the shifting is smooth.
The clutch has rusted to the flywheel drive the truck down the road you will have to start it in gear (1st) while driving push the clucth pedal to the floor and keep pushing up and down on the gas pedal to get the truck to rock forwards and backward the clutch should brake loose.
Try it while just coming to a stop.or just starting to move forward. Depress the clutch and push it back towards engagement position....because it's tied to wheel speed the moving parts might allow it to drop in.
You need a slave cylinder and possibly a clutch kit. Contact www.twosrus.com for parts. If this car has over 80K I would replace both and get the flywheel resurfaced and save the headaches that can creep up later on.