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Re: daytona shelby z
If I remember correctly the clutch is cable driven & you adjust it by pulling up on the clutch pedal quickly. I think there was a little mechanism on back of pedal arm, that would move slightly by doing this. Although it may be time for a new assy, it's worth a try.
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hi it can be the clutch is not totaly disengageing i dont know the year of your hi ace check the hydralic oil for the clutch or if its a very old truck the clutch cable can also be syncronizers 1gear or no gear oil in trans" newer models use atf oil
Do you mean you can't get the clutch to DISengage? You need the clutch to disengage - 'unlock' the transmission input shaft from the flywheel - in order to change gears.
If you put the transmission in 1st gear and start the engine and the truck starts moving with the pedal depressed, the clutch IS engaged. I think you mean that you can't get it to disengage so you can stop without killing the engine, and can change gears without a lot of grinding.
If this is the case, check to see that the clutch cable or linkage (if you have mechanical linkage) is properly adjusted, or that you hydraulic lines and slave cylinder are bled if you have a hydraulically controlled clutch.
If it's hard to get into gear you should check the clutch is disengaging properly.
Before changing the clutch plate, check that the clutch throw-out is adjusted correctly and the actuating hydraulics/levers have the correct amount of travel.
please check the interlock solenoid on the gearshift linkage in the console.
also have a check on the clutch system such that if the clutch doesn's disengage properly, then the synchromesh between the transmission prevents it for shifting of gears. if you dont know how to check it please contact us again
hello i got a 1990 dodge daytona shelby you may want to see if you got a vacumm leak any were on the car and the map sensor has a vacuum line on it make sure it not leaking it would not hurt to replace the map sensor what it dose is runs a single to your computer then your computer controls the fuel injectors base on the map sensor voltage hope this helps