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What could be causing the transmisson not to come out of reverse or into first

(1993 Jeep Wrangler)
in Woodruff, SC on March 14, 2013
When its in reverse or first sometimes it does not want to come out.Then some times when in neutral it want go in to any gear and when you try to force it you can hear a bumping sound in the floor.I have already changed transmisson fluid and checked the clutch reservoir everything looks fine,could it be the clutch or transmisson.
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on March 15, 2013
1-Clutch isn't releasing. Possible clutch master/slave cylinder problem or air in system.
2-Mechanical problem with the clutch release plate or disc.
on March 15, 2013
you may need a rebuild if original component. best to bring it to a tranny specialist. could be something as simple as dirty connection(best case). had similar prob. last year. sensor connection came up dirty. saved me big headache.
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