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My car was grind when i try to go into gear so i pull out my tranny saw that my clutch the spring broke off so i bought a new clutch kit and after i installed it it was still the same thing grinding while i go into gear and its really hard to push into gears even reverse. Any ideas?


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Check your throw out bearing. And if u happen to change the tob make sure u buy new clips. Also, when you put back your tranny make sure all your bolts are tighten. If you have bolts that aren't torqued down itll get loose, and that will restrict you from going into gears. If that doesnt work try adjusting your clutch pedal.
 

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Check your throw out bearing. And if u happen to change the tob make sure u buy new clips. Also, when you put back your tranny make sure all your bolts are tighten. If you have bolts that aren't torqued down itll get loose, and that will restrict you from going into gears. If that doesnt work try adjusting your clutch pedal.
I didnt get new clips but all the bolts are tighten and i did some playin on the clutch pedal today but nothing it would not go in gear unless i force it in like literly as if i didnt even step on clutch which i am steping on it


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If you went from stock to a heavy duty pressure plate you would need to adjust the clutch pedal. Try bleeding the slave master cylinder. There could be air in your lines. If that doesnt work, check to see if the pin on the slave cylinder is pushing the arm about 1/2". Hopefully that works.
 

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If you went from stock to a heavy duty pressure plate you would need to adjust the clutch pedal. Try bleeding the slave master cylinder. There could be air in your lines. If that doesnt work, check to see if the pin on the slave cylinder is pushing the arm about 1/2". Hopefully that works.
Yea i went to heavy duty and i did all the things u listed it goes about 1/2" but the clutch pedal seems like stock pressure its not hard like its suppose to be


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