[DML] Re: Stuck in Gear
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[DML] Re: Stuck in Gear



check your clutch fluid level.  Sounds like you have a leaking 
master clutch cylinder.  Mine does the same thing if I don't fill 
the reservoir regularly.  One of these days, I'll order the cylinder 
like I should have long ago.


Matt
16076

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "dmc01081" <rgoodwin2001@xxxx> wrote:
> I have never had a "warm fuzzy" about the engagement position of 
my 
> clutch; engages to close to the floor board, almost touching it.  
Now, 
> after driving on a road trip over the weekend I experienced some 
> problems with the transmission not wanting to shift out and then 
back 
> into gear.  Clutch was depressed as normal but when trying to 
shift it 
> felt as if I was not engaging the clutch.  Feels to me as if there 
is 
> a shift linkage that is out of postion or adjustment, is this 
possible 
> or could the problem be something else.






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