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Old 27 February 2014, 15:10   #1
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starts fine , push clutch in thats fine , goes in gear [ even reverse ] release clutch car wont move and engine keeps running even when 4 wheel drive has been engaged
drive shafts are fine
please help
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Old 27 February 2014, 15:19   #2
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starts fine , push clutch in thats fine , goes in gear [ even reverse ] release clutch car wont move and engine keeps running even when 4 wheel drive has been engaged
drive shafts are fine
please help
is it stuck between high n low range Tim, be like it was in neutral!
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Input shaft maybe
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it like its in neatral but you the lever still moves from low ratio to high ratio
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thats what i was thinking
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Old 27 February 2014, 15:27   #6
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it like its in neatral but you the lever still moves from low ratio to high ratio
Sorry from two wheel drive to 4 wheel drive and if you lost a clutch you would still have one set of wheels driving
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Rack the vehicle and with it in gear try to turn the driveshaft. Does it turn freely? If you start the truck and put it in gear can you feel the gears in the trans moving? How about the transfer case?

With the engine running and clutch released can you put it into any gear?

Sounds like it is time to tear it apart and figure out what broke. Usually if a clutch disintegrates the pedal goes away too. Input shafts and many other things can cause the same symptoms.
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if you lost a clutch you would still have one set of wheels driving
No you wouldn't.
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Does it go in 2 wheel drive
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Rack the vehicle and with it in gear try to turn the driveshaft. Does it turn freely? If you start the truck and put it in gear can you feel the gears in the trans moving? How about the transfer case?

With the engine running and clutch released can you put it into any gear?

Sounds like it is time to tear it apart and figure out what broke. Usually if a clutch disintegrates the pedal goes away too. Input shafts and many other things can cause the same symptoms.

no you can not feel the gears moving and yes with the engine running you can find any gear thanks peter and yes I think its time to get it out , repiare it and then get a mans towing truck
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