The Throwout Bering or the slave cylinder is bad, they are located in the transmission. Pull the tranny and replace the clutch assembly's cost is 300 bucks for DYI or around 6 to 7 bills for a shop. I know this because I just did it on my 94 ranger.
There are several different answers, depending on what is happening. If you have a hydraulic clutch, there maybe air in the system that is not allowing the clutch to release. If it is a Mechanical clutch, a linkage may have come loose or broken. A Shifter linkage may have broken or came apart which will not allow the connection from the shift lever to the Transmission.
"Shifter" in English is frizione for a car's clutch and macchinista for a stagehand in Italian.
You should not attempt to replace the clutch yourself unless you have considerable mechanical skills. In this case, the problem is most likely that the spring holding the clutch pedal in place is broken.
Just take the transmission off and the clutch will be exposed. Its that simple. Of course you need to remove the clutch cover, if any fingers are bent or broken, then replace the cover. While your at it replace the release bearing and pilot bearing.
Replace clutch cable on sportsbike
Yes you can remove a manual transmission and replace it with an automatic. You will need to buy an aftermarket shifter kit of find a shifter for your vehicle from a junk yard. You will also either have to remove the clutch pedal or replace the pedal assembly
hold in the clutch
could be the clutch is slipping, if it has a hand clutch or if it has a automatic foot shifter there is a clutch, actually TWO clutches with the automatic foot shifter type.
If it is a standard: 4High - Put in clutch, use transfercase shifter (shorter shifter) and follow the shift pattern into 4H 4Low - Come to a complete stop, Put in clutch, use transfercase shifter (shorter shifter) and follow the shift pattern into 4L If it is an automatic 4High/4Low - Stop, Put vehicle in park, use transfercase shifter (shorter shifter) and follow the shift pattern into 4L or 4H If this doesn't work it means something is wrong with your CAD (central axle dissconnect). Which means there could be a leak in the vaccum lines, or the shifter fork in the CAD is bent or broken.
Broken clutch fork or hydraulic line if a hydraulic clutch.
Broken clutch cable or clutch pressure plate fork.