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2001 hyundai clutch is slipping- how do you get it to stop? Is there an adjustment- something that needs to be cleaned or replaced? The pedal is fine- everything seems to be moving/adjusted ok there- the rpm's come up if you aren't going at least 4000 before shifting into next gear...

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If your clutch is slipping the clutch plate is worn out and will have to be changed. This involves engine and gearbox has to be taken out - then the gearbox has to be sperated from the engine to remove the clutch assembly and replace the clutch plate with a new one.

There is no adjustment on this clutch as it is hydraulic and therefore is self adjusting.

Hope this helps. Please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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