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Clutch/transmission problem i changed the clutch and throw out bearing now when its in neutral and you let off the clutch it sounds like metal to metal the car bairly moves forward and if you dont give it a little gas it will stall what happened

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Sounds like clutch is in backwards and springs are hitting flywheel

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