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Clutch pedal snapped off - 1996 Geo Tracker 2 Door

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Very old post. doing g16s this day.
yes that all do that.
seem 100s, on forums, (real) do that and mine.
its caused by not replacing the cable in time.
or not lubing it.

it can brakes in 4 places, covered here. 100%
see cable wont last for ever here

all ways to break it and fix it.

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