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95 gmc sierra will not go into any gear on manual transmission

With the clutch pedal pushed in it still sounds like the tranny is still turning(When in neutral with pedal out). When I try to put it in gear the sound will stop but it will not go into gear. It also grinds if I try reverse. I just installed new clutch slave and master cylinders to see io that would fix it.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: gears grinding when trying to shift in a gmc 3500.

some aftermarket masters don't push enough fluid to the slave to disengage the clutch even from the same maker

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

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SOURCE: my 94 gmc sierra 6.5 td keeps blowing the clutch master cylrnder

It needs a clutch pressure plate force is to great do lining & reface flywheel then good to go for a longggggg time

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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SOURCE: No 5th or reverse on Sierra 2500

sounds like a clutch going out

Posted on Dec 24, 2009

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SOURCE: is it fairly easy to install a clutch master

it is very easy to replace the parts, bleeding the air is the real problem, u will need to buy a Mityvac brand vacuum clutch bleeding tool, with out it you will never get the air out of the system after the parts are replaced, also always replace the clutch master and the clutch slave at the same time.

Posted on Jan 11, 2010

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SOURCE: 95 gmc sierra k1500 4x4 5spd manual noise

the leak is probably a separate issue from the noise. is the leak very bad? can you tell if it's engine oil or transmission lube/fluid? most likely the rear main bearing seal needs replacing. the noise is most likely the clutch release bearing. you should replace all components of the clutch assembly which include; clutch plate, pressure plate, release bearing and piolot bearing. also have the fly wheel resurfaced. while the trans is out, you can check the rear main seal and the trans input shaft seal and replace accordingly.

Posted on May 03, 2010

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