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Clutch bites right at the top of thr pedal and

Clutch bites right at the top of the pedal and over revs when driving does it need a clutch replacement and if so how much does it typically cost at a garage

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Yes you need a clutch. Look at spending $400 and up.

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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