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sounds like you have some bad injectors. if your smelling fuel it sound like one of them are stuck open. that would cause it to run rough. i think the injectors are like 35 each i would put them in and run a fuel system cleaner and put a new fuel filter when you do all that.. if you do it yourself it should run you about 180 to 200. Its not that hard to do. If a shop was to do it it could cost up to 500
you can check under the clutch pedal for an adjuster and if not there look under car/truck and it will be a bar that comes from the clutch pedal. and if thiers no adjuster then its a hydroulic and you should go to a shop.
Sounds to me like there is an alignment issue witht he clutch disk. DId they buy a clutch kit with install tool? If not then good chance its not aligned and will need to come back out to align. you can also pick up a universal clutch alignment tool from autoparts store.
you'll need to bleed the hydrolic clutch theres a bleeder cockpit looks like a grease fitting on the transmission. have someone help you for this. have one perdon press the pedal down 3 times and hold it while you loosen the fitting and close it. do this till all air is out of the line remeber to keep filling fluid as you do this. good luck to you.
The clutch in your car is operated by a hydraulic system, from what you have posted it sounds like the master or slave clutch hydraulic cylinder have failed, this causes either a leak of fluid and or air in the system, this causes your symptom, these cylinders are sold separately but from past experience it is unwise to replace just one, as the other usually fails shortly after the repair is done. If you find this info useful please give a HELPFUL or FIXYA! rating. Thanks