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Had clutch replaced 6 weeks ago on 2006 honda civic si.yesterday had problem with first gear. acts like it is in higher gear and also feels like something is rubbing when clutch is released and i push on the gas pedal .

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    toneman2121 May 30, 2010

    take it to the person who worked on it.

  • mrich71416 May 30, 2010

    is that your answer? you are not very helpful. don't need your advise thanks!!!!!

  • toneman2121
    toneman2121 May 31, 2010

    i would take joe2mer's advice. you paid for a clutch recenty and something is wrong with the clutch. if you want to fix it, you have to take it apart



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OK I am not even going to try to solve this. The car is fairly new and you just had some work done. Within 6 weeks you have a related problem. These are the strongest grounds for returning to the car to the repair shop that did the original repair and to have them resolve the current issues to your satisfaction free of charge. Any service centre worthy of the name would want to try and keep you happy given the youthful age of the car and the probability of further business.

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