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2005 mazda 3 clutch won't engage

Gears seem to shift but clutch doesn't engage. Engine revs slightly and car surges slightly but won't move. Problem came up in 1 day.

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Relpace the clutch pressure plate and throwoout bearing. It all comes in a clutch kit.

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