Your problem may not be as serious as you think. It sounds like your cars
clutch is frozen. Call it part of the Triumph disease, as it is very
common. I am sure someone out there has a solution for releasing the
clutch lets hear it.
> From: Carol Zingone <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Sybill, The Tranny & The Clutch
> Date: Wednesday, October 29, 1997 6:43 AM
> Attempted to start Sybill this morning in gear and leisurely drive her
> to the shop for the *professional* diagnosis. Won't start in gear.
> Only tried reverse. When I parked her around Labor Day, she would start
> in gear.
> The input I've gotten suggests that if the above occurs, the clutch is
> not disengaging. Considering that I've rebuilt the slave and master
> cylinders, I'm assuming the next step is to replace those components to
> totally eliminate them as culprits.
> I recall Moss having the master at about $140, and the slave around
> $40-$50. Does anyone have a better price/product/experience ? I'd
> like to order today (of course) so I can replace Saturday. I'll be
> checking with my shop dudes too.
> Thanks again !
> Carol Zingone
> 74 TR6 -- Sybill The Cranky One (getting closer!) ((I think/hope/pray))