Asked by Aug 11, 2018 at 02:48 PM about the 2000 Dodge Dakota

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2000 dodge dakota v6 3.9L with a manual
transmission. The clutch was bad so I took it to a
mechanic to get it fixed. So he replaces the clutch
and it felt good when you stepped on it but it
wouldn't go into gear and then he's searching for a
bleeder screw and it doesn't have one. So then he
finally finds out that you buy the master slave
cylinder and it comes pre filled. He finally replaces
that after he's had my truck for 4 weeks and calls
me today and says it still not wanting to go into
gear and that he doesnt know what to do. So I'm
getting the truck and my money back and it still not
fixed. Does anyone know what may be the problem
after completely replacing the clutch and master
slave cylinder which comes pre filled so there isn't
air in it and its still really hard to get it to go into
gears whenever you try to drive it? Pleasee help

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