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Clutch sticks on 1989 audi 100.is it hydrualic?It is engaged even with the pedal down.does it intermittantly.this is a 5 cyl.eng. w/a 5 speed

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Hi, depending on the model, you may have a mechanical clutch. if there's a clutch master and slave cylinder under the hood, its hydraulic. the main issue here is that your pressure plate. you will need to replace this. this will fix the issue.

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