try to make sure the clutch pedal is all the way down before you change gear. in no way shape or form should you have to floor the clutch everytime you shift gears, however, if you are still grinding gears while flooring the clutch, and if there isn't that little bit of give on the pedal i'd suggest adjusting or replacing the clutch.
It's probably either a worn/warped clutch plate, the clutch is out of adjustment or the pilot bushing/bearing is not operating properly.
First off can you feel it shift through all the gears while off (not running). Second off while running can you shift through the gears or does it grind while trying to shift through them. If it grinds when you try to shift then your clutch is shot. Good luck
You will be unable to shift gears
The clutch will not engage ,you will not be able to shift./// the clutch will not (disengage ) making it almost impossible to shift gears
No. Clutch is what disengages the motor from the transmission. Shift would be changing gears. You should depress the clutch to shift from one gear to another.
You may have to have your clutch adjusted,
It disengages the engine from the driveshaft allowing you to shift the gears on your transmission.
you need a clutch that's all
You have not pressed the Clutch peddle to change the gears!!
Sounds more like a clutch slave cylinder.
a clutch is a disc that pulls the drivetrain away from the gears so you can shift and select another gear.
Odds are the clutch is in need of a adjustment or replacement.