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My Hino 2011 300 series tipper has been parked for three weeks. Will not go into any gear ,clutch pedal still has tension as if normal Can anyone help

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The clutch plate is probably stuck. If you have a clear space in front of the truck select first gear, release the parking brake and start the engine with your foot on the clutch. The vehicle will lerch forward and the engine should start with the vehicle now moving forward. Hit the brakes with your left foot still on the clutch and the clutch will probably release and work normally.

Posted on Jan 15, 2019

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SOURCE: i have an MGF 1.8

One of the improvement for Lotus Elise was the power (hydraulic) 5 speed manual clutch (something like power brakes) to make car to provide the faster responce. Thats probably wthat you have where
You might need to adjust it, replace the fluid or in a worsest scenatio to rebuild/replace the clutch.
Good Luck

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: clutch pedal sticks

it is the slave cylinder, just fixed that problem

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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SOURCE: my audi tt quattro 2004 model yesterday stopped changing gears

Release bearing problem.Change the clutch Assembly

Posted on Jun 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Isuzu Trooper Clutch Pedal Issue

either it is a clutch fluid line busted (most likely)or its you clutch master you can start it anyway give a little gas in 1st and start it shut it off b4 starting i drove my volvo 740 home like that once nerve wrecking but save towing money

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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SOURCE: I lost tension on my clutch pedal on my 97

Sounds like a bad master cylinder or a throwout bearing that has gotten strange on you. (I'd know right away if I was there) Definitely don't drive it like that...you can damage the synchros in the transmission if you do. Also check the slave cylinder if it's not part of the throwout bearing...It also could have a problem.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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