I hope you guys can help me out, I have a 5 speed M/T 2000 Outback with 255K on it and when I put it in gear it won't move? The story started when after a short trip the car would not pull hills and when you were accelerating, the RPM's would go up but the power would not transfer to the wheels? So being the shade tree mechanic that I am I went with the most obvious "bad clutch". I had my doubts because this same issue had happened on 3 other occasions, but went away after a mile or 2 of easy driving, and bad clutches just don't fix them selves. I installed a new clutch,pressure plate and T/O bearing, and ended up with the exact same issue. Keep in mind that this entire time the "slipping" was happening there was no odor that you would get from a slipping clutch. Two things that I was able to observe.....1 if you revved the motor in 1st 2nd and 3rd, by the time you got to 3rd, the slipping stopped and something "engaged" and then you were able to drive the car, but it then became intermittent? 2 - when the slipping is occurring, the speedometer goes up even if you are completely still? I talked with my local subuguru, and he told me that in 25 years of working on Suby's he never heard of that before.