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I have a 2001 1.8 beetle I was driving it down the road and it stopped going it stays on no check engine light comes on no reading on the obd2 if I put it in 1st and let off the clutch it hardly moves

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Probly nu clutch is du if original--go tu a tranny specialist but ask him questions to see if hes honest and experiencd

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    When I was going down the road it seemed like it would slip out and back in but it's a manual

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