Before there can be an answer, need to know transmission type; 6 speed manual or 6 speed automatic? If its the manual, its the clutch takeup cable. The shifter should have a button or detent to push in order to move it into Reverse. Its most likely loose. If its the automatic, its most likely the brake sensor that must be engaged prior to shifting from Park. Driver must fully engage the foot brake prior to shifting from Park to Reverse and from Drive to Reverse. Most likely replacement of part will fix issue.
Most likely, the clutch or the clutch pilot bearing is dragging. This is caused by clutch hydraulic leaks not letting the clutch fully disengage or the clutch pressure plate/disc/flywheel is warped. Crawl under the car, (engine off)have a friend push/release pedal, see if slave cylinder throw seems adequate and look for leaks. If throw is short, problem is in the clutch hydraulics; if throw is normal, problem is the clutch.
Yeah , its a shifting phase
More than likely you are splipping the clutch and the s mell is the facing of the clutch burning off.
If the trans is in a ford ranger it is more than likely a ranger trans
There is no clutch adjustment. The clutch is hydralic and therefore needs no adjustment. If the clutch isn't working correctly you most likely have to bleed the clutch line.
Have a look at: Clutch slave cylinder Clutch cable More than likely the clutch itself has broken spring(s)
If the 1990 Buick Century transmission is only shifting well when it is cold, you have to rebuild this transmission. It is likely that the clutch packs or clutches in the transmission are damaged or worn.?æ
Well, you're not going to like this answer, but if you're sure you got the air all bled out and the clutch disengages fully without issue, then the problem is most likely the transmission's shifting fork, you might get lucky and find an issue with the shifting linkage, but if its the tranny fork, bad luck, but better you than me! Yes, they are difficult to change.
I don't mean to insult, but are you sure you are looking at the clutch master cylindar and not the brake? There is no way fluid from the clutch could make it to the rear wheel. The slave cylinder is most likely the problem if it drips near the wheel. Replace it with a rebuilt unit not a kit.
The most likely cause is provably clutch related. It sounds like your clutch is not completely disengaging. Check the fluid level, then check the slave cylinder
Many things, but a clutch bearing seems likely.
Most likely it is the slave cylinder on the transmission. you need to check clutch cylander for leaks only place it can leak is the clutch cylander or the fluid line
BAD RELAY answer bad switch bad relay and most likely, bad clutch
If the clutch disengages properly then the compressor should not be running. Most likely the clutch itself is bad instead of the compressor.
Most likely the shifting fork is worn within the transmission. You did not say what car but most late models have no adjustment. This problem usually shows up in the highest gear. Sorry.
The 1993 Saturn used a self adjusting hydraulic clutch system on the manual transmission vehicles. As such, the clutch never needs adjustment. If you're having trouble with the clutch, it is most likely because of a worn or damaged clutch assembly.
most likely not the clutch. the key switch mech. could be badly worn and lodging, or the ignitions swith activation rod could be worn or broken and jams.
It is likely that you had to dismantle your hydraulic clutch to do the work so.Is there air in the hydraulics?Is the linkage and clutch release bearing assembled correct.Is there a hole in the hydraulicsIf it is a cable or mechanical linkage is it assembled correctly?
If your Ranger is a bolt action .22, it is likely a Marlin Model 80 made for Sears.
Most likely the clutch is shot. When the clutch plate can't engage with the transmission there will be slippage between the engine and the drive wheels.
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most likely the hydraulic unit is empty and needs replace.To the right of the brake fluid reservoir is a smaller black reservoir for the clutch. Check the level If emptyt ot needs replace ----------------------
First you need to find out if your slave cylinder is leaking clutch fliud.check lines to slave cylinder from master clutch cylinder if no leaks most likely master clutch cylinder bad.
The clutch hydraulics have a problem is the most likely issue Either clutch master cylinder or clutch slave cylinder