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I was driving my ford bronco, i put it in neutral while i was waiting at a light, my clutch seemed to go out but i kept pumping the clutch and it built up pressure and worked again, a few miles down the road did the same thing but this time it was in fifth. what is wrong.

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IS IT A CABLE OR HYDROLIC CLUTCH? CABLE - FLEX PLATE IS WEARING OUT, REPLACE CLUTCH PLATE, FLEXPLATE AND THROWOUT BEARING.
HYDROLIC - CAN BE THE MASTER CYLINDER GOING BAD OR THE SLAVE CYLINDER GOING BAD, OR COULD BE THE CLUTCH NEEDS TO BE REPLACED. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS ABOVE.

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