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'94 VW Jetta III - clutch ''slipping''

I have a '94 VW Jetta III with a 5-speed manual transmission. A few days ago, we had a high temp of 107 degrees at drivetime. After about 10 minutes of driving, the clutch started grabbing as I went from stop to first, and again from first to second. It has continued since, and also occasionally grabs from second to third. The grabbing is not consistent, and seems less likely if I slip the clutch a little. At the same time, my gas pedal will bounce back and forth slightly a few times. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.

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I would have the clutch adjusted

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