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Clutch pedle stays down.

2004 alero clutch pedle stays down will not return,feels soft also 2.2l 5 speed

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Hello;
It sounds as the pressure plate diaphragm has given up on you. From the sounds of your post, you will need to replace the clutch assembly. Also check the clutch cable for binding and chaffing. Hope this helps and rate me high.
Thanks;
Rich
RPM Northwest

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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