my manual transmission 1991 ford f250 is stuck in 2nd gear...clutch goes completly to floor like there is no pressure. Looked under truc
Check around your slave cylinder. Either that blew out or the line going to it.
When a manual transmission will not disengage usually one of the torsional coil springs in the clutch disc plate have broken.
They will usually disengage when the clutch slave cylinder or clutch master cylinder goes bad. Getting them to engage is their problem
Sounds like the slave cylinder went out however the clutch could be bad and the fact that it is wet could also mean that u have a bad rear main seal on the engine. Start at the clutch master cylinder chase the lines back to the slave cylinder while u have some one pumping the clutch pedal so that u can find the leak, if no leaks try bleeding the slave cylinder if that does not work and u don't get psi back then u will need to change the clutch and throw out bearing.
I would also change the slave cylinder as well
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