I am getting pissed, but I think it is probably my own stupidity or something here. I just took the motor and everything out of my truck to fix a damaged bellhousing. I just got the motor dropped back in it, put the clutch linkage (mechanical) back together, push the clutch in... and the whole thing went to sh*t. Can someone tell me what clutch fork is suppsed to do when installed correctly? Mine moves up and down on the end??? I can grab where the linkage rod pushes on it and move it up and down probably 2". So, when you hook the clutch linkage up and push it in, the clutch fork just goes DOWN instead of back and it all falls apart. Did I install the throwout bearing wrong? Did the fork fall off the throwout bearing during installation? Is the fork broken somewhere or somehow? I just wanna see if there are any other options before I pull the damn motor out again.