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Hi All my audi 1.8t 2005 is giving some clutch problems. I took off from arobot and the pedal remainded on the floor. I managed to pick it up. after this when I am changing gears I get a whinding sound when the pedal is almost to the top. Please assist , some are saying clutch but looks like they just want the business. Please help.

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No, it's a clutch issue. It needs to be repaired or replaced.

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