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Why is it so hard to get my car in gear could it bee the clutch??

Recently it's been really hard to get into gear i really have to wack in and i think it might be something wrong with the clutch can anyone help me please, my car is a fiat punto 1.9 JTD.

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Whenever your clutch is worn down it will become harder and harder to engage the gear, until it will finally not go in at all, or just get stuck in one. It is time for a clutch replacement. If you have to have a shop do it, prices can vary greatly from vehicle to vehicle. I had a quote on a prior vehicle for 700. Good luck :)

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