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'94 Fprd Escort. When driving clutch "slips" with heavy acceleration. If creep rpm's up slowly it seems to be ok. Sound like fluid??

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Or possible you may need to get the clutch replaced. It is after all, a wear item.

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Clutches don't have fluid... but your clutch plate could be wearing down. Sometimes there is an adjustment that can be made to the clutch itself, depending on the vehicle.

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