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My problem in my lancer 95 is clutch. when you step on the pedal the clutch is very hard. not like before when you step on the clutch pedal you don't have to force stepping on it. can you please give me an advice. thanks, willie

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There is an assist spring that my have broken, up under the dash, if it is in place and functioning, the clutch itself is the next area to open up.

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