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After a few miles clutch sticks but gear change

After a few miles clutch on my n reg ford fiesta (1995) sticks but gear change not affected. When freed then makes horrible creaking noise when pumped up and down.

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For one thing you don't know the year of your vehicle. they stopped making the ford festiva in 1993

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