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Old 01 Apr 2013, 07:31 pm
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I have a 97 Honda Civic with manual transmission that's been giving me trouble. I'm off at school, so it hasn't been driven in about three months. My mother was supposed to be running it once a week, but she took that as once a month, and had to get it jumped when she tried to start it a few days ago, as expected. I was planning on driving it yesterday and the engine started fine, but once I'd try to put it in gear, it would jerk and barely move; I wasn't able to get out of my driveway, and if I tried to get my foot all the way off the clutch, it would just stall. I tried this in first and reverse. I also check the clutch fluid levels which look fine. Any idea what's going on?
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Old 01 Apr 2013, 07:46 pm
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Will the car roll if you put it in neutral? If not, I'm guess the emergency brake may be frozen/rusted in place.
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