1999 s10 will not shift into gear, new clutch components, proper bleeding, and no leaks.

up2here
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Asked by up2here Jan 02, 2012 at 09:48 PM about the 1999 Chevrolet S-10

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Clucth had went out in the summer. Took it to a mechanic and got chrged 450.00 to fix it. Still not working right. Took it back and he said it may have not been bleed. Got it back. My son was driving it and it started grinding and had to force it into gear. Took it apart found junkyard parts. Bought new parts and transmission. Proper installation,proper bleeding, and no leaks. Still will not go into gear. Help.

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Michael Johnson
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Is it one gear or all the gears? All so how do the clutch feels when you push it down? Like if can tell if close to the top when it start to relise or close to the botton? All so check the clutch slave and master slave to see if there any fluild on the rods. if so there wants wrong. Al so turn bleeding so more it dont took much air to make it not work right.

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