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Car moves in first gear with clutch all the way

2006 Suzuki Reno. Clutch pedal is mushy and sometimes at an idle in first gear the car wants to go forward slightly even though the pedal is all the way down.

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Sounds like you may need a new clutch.
To test clutch from a stand still put car in third gear and try to movethe vehicle, If your able to move the vehicle you need a new clutch . If your not able to and the vehicle stalls then the problem is engine related and should be brought to a repair shop for further analysis.

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