Sounds like the clutch but starting in gear is a real safety issue I can’t travail to trouble shoot but do a google search of symptoms and you will likely find there are other owners with the same problem and it may be a recall
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Sounds like a clutch problem. text or call 503 449 6953 greg
I am an auto technician but i do not deal with transmissions/clutches. i am not trained quite well enough for that. but my advice would be to have the clutch checked/adjusted first. possibly bleed the clutch before you jump into shifters/whole tranny going bad. hope this helps.
my labor is 400 to come remove the transmission inspect the parts and put the new parts Im pretty sure is the cluth but need to drive it first or try
clutch master cylinder is low? put brake fluid in it and hope for the best
I live in Portland perhaps I can still help. did you check your hydraulic fluid or the cable for your clutch. Look under the motor for leaks. be sure the cable moves freely Will Kennet 503-780-2376
Look under ur hood. Look at your clutch master cylinder. Is it low? Does it look wet as if it has been leaking? Sent from my Water Heater
Your clutch is shot. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone
Clutch set is 200. labor 300. shops in delta park area. 503 449 6953 greg
hi my name is chris. if its grinding into gear and the clutch is really mushy, it is likely your clutch master cylinder/ slave master cylinder. feel the carpet behind the clutch on the floor and see if you feel any mositure, if you do its the clutch master cylinder. If the transmission feels like its taking on a mind of its own its probably shot. I would not recommend putting a lot of money into fixing it, only if the transmission is cheap or it needs clutch/clutch master cylinder/slave master cylinder. thanks Chris 360 601 2246
yes, you are correct. your clutch plate and/or throw bearing is compromised. exhaust braking is not reccomended for this reason. when you park on a hill, your E-brake is manditory. your clutch is secondary in case the e-brake fails. You have been putting too much pressure and wear on your clutch. this would create slipping. you should not have trouble putting it into gear, only trouble getting it to move forward or backward. and the smell would be awefull.
I cannot open your transmission. If it were the linkage or the cable, I could make adjustments or replace as needed. I can also replace thos brakes of yours.
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Sounds like hydraulic leak to me [master cylinders are cheap plastic],,upper pedal area will prob show leakage.
Any fluid in reservoir? Qualified ,affordable mechanic Don 360 571-5483 9a-11pm
I explain problem a little here: