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My pony was a police car. when you shift the rpms get real high like you are stepping on the gas. not so bad in 3rd, but 1 st and 2nd are bad 95 ford mustang. 6 cyl.150,000 miles

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This sure sounds like it's time for you to invest into a clutch kit for your stang.Sorry about the bad news, this is doable by yourself, but will take you a full day or two of labor and a tranny jack would be extremely helpful also.Hope I could help!!!

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