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What mileage? where does the pedal "take up". You have given no really useful information to assist.On experience I will say this. The clutch may be worn or spirngs weakened through your poor driving techniques... or it could simply have engine oil on it from a faulty rear main seal...whatever it is you should have the box out and the items inspected yes for analysis..but replace the oil seal, machine flywheel (sanding is NOT good enough and instal a new clutch kit. .
Clutches slip at every clutch change..but that is limited.... a slippng clutch during driving should always have the flywwheel machined and the work done as stated above. Cheers Tony.
May have a faulty motion sensor, try reprogramming the alarm. also a week battery will turn the alarm on when the charge drops and goes back up, take it to an Auto Zone or Kragin type auto parts store for a free charging system check. Your clutch problem may be due to after market parts (just not the same) but I would check that the fly wheel is not turned past the specs, may have to replace with next clutch job. also remember to keep your foot off the peddle when driving, the slightest pressure will drag the clutch.