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Car stalls when I use my clutch

My Gemini stalls when I put my clutch all the way to the floor

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This will be down to the thrust bearings on the crank shaft pushing the crank shaft against its webb's when the clutch is fully depressed would recomend new main bearings and a crank shaft grind

Posted on Dec 31, 2013

Testimonial: "Thank you for your reply Ian...My Gemini is off to the mechanic on Monday. I ended up tightening the clutch cable and increasing the idle speed and it rarely stalls now. Will get it checked out further tomorrow"

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