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Gear change is hard and crunching

The longer i drive fro the harder it is to get into and change gear

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  • jat27ok Apr 16, 2009

    yes, but wonder if i need to put clutch fluid in and where does it go?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    does the clutch pedal engage very close to the top of the clutch pedal travel as you release the clutch to pull away?

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Your clutch is most likely worn out, u are over traveling the clutch and causing the hard shift. This is not a fluid problem unless the clutch has allot of free play or goes to the floor..

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