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Clutch as loosen or broke

Cant get the blazer in gear need too know how to tighten the clutch

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Recently had a similar problem with my Ford F150.

Check the Master Cylinder on the vehicle and ensure it is functioning.

If you feel no pressure on the clutch, it is most likely not, and will need to be towed for repairs...

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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