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1996 ford explorer clutch slipping

Can the clutch be adjusted is with older cars..

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    Earl DaSquirrel Mar 30, 2015

    if it's a hydraulic clutch system. nah, it's time for replacement since it's self-adjusting until your disc is worn down like brake pads do when they thin out

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This car has a hydralic clutch that is self adjusting.if the clutch is slipping u need a new 1

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