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Clutch does not feel like it is releasing fully car is still running with clutch rleased but if i give it acceleration it will catch and go.... cable and plastic adjustment on pedal assembly changed then problem arrised.... any thoughts?

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The clutch is worn out, plain and simple as that. Replace the clutch.

Posted on May 11, 2009

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