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Have a 98 gmc sonoma. Clutch does not have much pull but yet does not slip. I cannot get the clutch and gas timing right because the truck boggs down a bit comming out of 1st

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Either its time for a clutch job or you have a hydrolic slave cylinder issue. the fluid could be real low, you could have air in the system.

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