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I have a 1996 neon. I was driving and just shifted into 5th gear, and the clutch just started to slip and now won't engage. Is it possible for the atomatic clutch cable adjuster to tighten up to much so as not to let the clutch engage?

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You can first try to adjust the clutch. If that doesn't work you will probably need a new clutch and pressure plate.

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