Question about 1995 Mercury Mystique
You should not have to force it into gear. If your clutch is releasing you should be able to slide it into gear. Here are a couple of possibilities. Your clutch is either hydraulic or cable actuated. Your master or slave cylinder is not extending fully to release the pressure plate from the clutch disk. If you have a cable actuated clutch your cable may have stretched so much that it no longer releases quite enough. I really doubt you need a new clutch if it grabs and holds well after it is in gear. Look into whatever system your vehicle uses to release the clutch be it cable or hydraulic. Wish I could help more , but I can't see it to diagnose it.
Posted on Apr 09, 2012
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