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The truck shifts fine with the motor off. The clutch has been engaging about and inch or two from the floor when I start to release it. I do not know about the fluid change because I bought this truck about a week ago and it ran fine durring the test drive. It just started becoming difficult changing gears while drive the past couple of days.
After the tranny fluid was replaced, that clutch pedal engages when I barely release it a quarter of an inch off of the floor. I am wondering if that is why I am having problems shifting into gear while I am driving. Maybe the clutch is not fully disengaging. I noticed the hydraulic line, and it looks fairly new. I am wondering if it had been replaced and never bleed properly. When I compress the clutch, it is very difficult to shift into gear while the truck is running. Sometimes 2nd and 3rd gear grind. I can even feel the whole transmission jolt when I put it into gear at a stop light. I have to practicaly stand on the clutch pedal to get it into gear. It drives fine, once the clutch is engaged.