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I have a 2000 pontaic sunfire that has a stiff stick. this results in avery hard time placing gear in 1st. all other seem to work fine. any ideas why this would be. and how to fix

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  • kennethsaund Nov 21, 2009

    the clucth is loose it only seems to be with the stick

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HI how does your clutch pedal feel is it loose to press or is the pedal hard

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