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The Clutch is to high and when i need change gear it make squeaky sound.

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OK, the clutch pedal may have a stop that is adjusted too high.

Also, if you hear a squeaky sound when depressing the pedal with the engine on, the throw out bearing is lacking lubrication and is bad.

So, I hope helps you to understand what is wrong.

Posted on Jul 14, 2010

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