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If the linkage is intact its the clutch springs, So you should change the "clutch plate" and "throw out berring" while your there. When you push the clutch peddal its usually soft and as the springs wear you have to push further down on the peddal to get it to disengauage. If the clutch plate was bad it would be slipping or you would not go at all

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

Testimonial: "Thanks, yes I already replaced the clutch, presure plate and throwout bearing, blead the clutch, have good pedal but no clutch release to put in gear"

  • jackdouglass Oct 24, 2010

    Hey
    this was some time back and i now see your second post ....did you adjust the linkage?

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