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Clutch slipping on 5 speed

123,000 miles, clutch replaced at 75,000. Major slippage at this point, but can't find way to adjust clutch. Is it adjustable, and what else could this be?

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Your clutch is a hydrolic style and adjust its self
im sorry to say your clutch is probily out again.
whas the fly whell resurfaced and a new pressure plate installed

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