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Not enough gas, maybe? You need to check the fuel pressure. If you have multi-port fuel injection, the pressure requirement is pretty high, about 40 psi. Also make sure the air filter is clean and no obstructions in the air supply to the engine.
Many auto parts stores rent or loan fuel pressure gauge testers. It's usually very simple to check.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well ,clutch plate sprngs broken ----maybe ,
pressure plate fingers uneven tention---possible
engine mounts areal possiblity BUT i think i would go for the clutch plate and check the others whilst doing it
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
Check that the slave cylinder is fully releasing the clutch (push the clutch fork and shaft all the away back into slave cyl.. If ok replace the clutch assy.
Posted on Mar 29, 2013
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