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Clutch suddenly got weak after snow chunk fell of lf wheel well

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what do u mean by WEAK?

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Snow chunk may have pulled a vacuum hose or electrical connection loose when it let go of the solid structure it was stuck to. Vehicle neds to be lifted and illuminated underneath to find a dangling hose/line/wire.

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