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Clutch slipping manual gearbox put foot on accelerator on steep hills engine revs higher and then vehical runs normal is this correct

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Yes the load on the clutch is greatest at take off and less at Cruise, You need to replace the clutch and pressure plate.

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Changing the Gearbox oil is fine but this is nothing to do with your clutch slipping, sounds has if you need to replace the whole clutch unit.
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