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I just had the clutch cable replaced on my 95 mustang, my car is now feeling sluggish. Is the clutch going bad or was something not done correctly?

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  • cheryl cousin Mar 07, 2009

    I hear a sound like "whining," and sometimes, I think I smell something burning.



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Check and make sure that it adjusted correctly and yes it is possible that the clutch is slipping do you smell something like burnt hair when this is happing? /

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

  • snipehunter Mar 08, 2009

    that would be the clutch plate slipping it looks like you`ll will be needing a new clutch real soon.



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