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There is no compression in the clutch pedal also the motor runs okay but it wont engage the transmission

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The mechanical linkage between the clutch-pedal and the actual clutch is not working.
Get the vehicle towed to a mechanic, for proper repair.

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

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