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My 2001 subaru is quite sluggish till it gets to 3000 to 4000rpm then it flys and it's just had a new clutch ,wot could be the problem

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Get the OBD codes read , sounds air or fuel related ,as you've had work done there may be a sensor left unplugged , the OBD will point to the sensor/switch at issue

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SOURCE: Can a 2001 Subaru Outback take an aftermarket stock clutch or do you have to go with a Subaru clutch only? fighting clutch chatter two clutches in two months after orignal clutch lasted 130k miles?

Get a new clutch kit AND flywheel. Don't turn a flywheel more than once, just like with brake rotors. Any car can use an aftermarket clutch replacement (as long as they fit, of course). If you get a lightened flywheel, you'll enjoy better acceleration and mileage (city driving) as well.

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Can a 2001 Subaru Outback take an aftermarket stock clutch or do you have to go with a Subaru clutch only? fighting clutch chatter two clutches in two months after orignal clutch lasted 130k miles?


Get a new clutch kit AND flywheel. Don't turn a flywheel more than once, just like with brake rotors. Any car can use an aftermarket clutch replacement (as long as they fit, of course). If you get a lightened flywheel, you'll enjoy better acceleration and mileage (city driving) as well.

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Hello and welcome to FixYa!
If you are running an automatic transmission then the problem will surely be on the torque converter. The torque converter controls the shifting of the car that when it fails the car may run sluggish or will just sit on a certain gear. If that's the case then you need a torque converter replacement.
Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa! Have a good one!

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On your next clutch replacement make sure you take the flywheel off and get it machined flat, install a new pressure plate and friction disk and replace the throwout bearing also...Don't be cheap and try to get by with just a friction disk...do it right and it will work for a long time. and take your foot off the clutch peddle when driving!

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I am thinking its the clutch throw out bearing. In which case you might as well replace the clutch as you are going to have to pull the clutch out.
Sorry for the bad news if this is right.
Plus side is you'll have a new clutch!

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My car is only at about 55,000 miles, and the clutch is already starting to slip. That is, at any given gear, when I'm cruising, all of a sudden the revs will go very high (as if I'm in neutral). Is...


i have a 2001 Forester and the clutch has been changed twice. look at the consumer report for 2001 forester and the manual transmission gets a "black spot" in the ratings - couldn't be lower. i feel your pain.

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