Question about 2001 Chevrolet Corvette
Sounds like your clutch... is it standard or automatic...doesn't matter..if its automatic...pull the dipstick for the transmisson oil, smell it ..is it burnt... does it look brown, when you rub your fingers over the end of the dipstick..is there a lot of black color on your fingers.... if it is a standard, check your clutch oil... I am sure that this would be a self adjusting clutch.... it may need a new clutch
either that or make sure its in gear (a little humor there).....
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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