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My clutch is slipping

When i accelerate the engine is going but i have very little speed, i think its my pressure plate... i have a bit of experiance in the mechanical field and all the tools...

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Another possible cause is a leaking rear main engine seal that is allowing engine oil to seep and then be thrown around the bell housing and work its way onto the flywheel/clutch/pressure plate.

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You know the clutch is slipping
& continue to drive & ruin that

Now you can do another clutch
service, while your finding the answer
to what your asking

Next car get an automatic & just change
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An adjustment might help a little bit, for a while, but I think I'd prepare myself for having the transmission pulled and the clutch replaced.

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I'd seriously consider having some one do this for you....having to remove the transmission is not something for the faint of heart. Serious injury could result if the transmission were to fall on you while pulled back from the engine bell housing.

Oh, and another thing...I'd replace the pilot shaft bushing while I was in there.

If you really want to do this yourself, then go to your local auto parts store and purchase a vehicle specific repair manual. It should outline the steps specific to your car.

Remember....be very careful!

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