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I drive a toyota corolla 2007 face lift model. My car has 61k mileage on it. Oil levels are fine and i done a 60k service on my car. But my clutch is extremely hard. Its the hardest clutch i ever felt. i dont know if i must replace my whole clutch kit. I dont even know if it has hydraulic clutch or a cable clutch. I dont know much about cars. Can someone please tel me what clutch it has, what the problem might be and how do i solve this problem? your help is highly appreciated.

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If it has a cable,it may need lubed if it is hydraulic type, it may have binding likage in the bell housing! I,d rather think it has a cable. DOES IT HAVE 2 FLUID CHECKS UNDER THE HOOD,ONE BIGGER ONE, AND ONE SMALLER OR JUST ONE BIG DOUBLE LOOKING CAP, OR LONGER LOOKING RESERVOIR ON A CYLINDER WITH FRONT AND REAR TUBES! THIS IS FOR THE BRAKES! If you see one more then it is for the clutch.

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