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Clutch friction is middle ways instead of grabbing from floor.

I have a '97 Hombre 5speed truck..Im noticing that i am raising my foot higher in order for it to pull first gear?!? Is there a simple adjustment or is it going out slowly?

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    thanks for your help montego 70!

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Should be auto adjusting, clutch is probably going out, you will notice it beginning to slip in high gear as it wears out more

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