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Clutch I just bought a 2002 chevy tracker.When I test drove it the clutch was catching real high on the pedal, and occasionally grinding going into reverse.I had them check it before I bought it and was assured it was a hydraulic adjustable clutch.Another shop just told me it was probly bad because they are not adjustable.My paper work says "finance subject to clutch inspection" and now they only want to pay for the $200 part and not the $600 dollar labour.I wanted to know your thoughts on the clutch and if you have any advice for dealing with these **** .Thanks.

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It definitely sounds like the clutch has had it. As for the finance company, they're treating it as a pre-existing problem and all they want to do is pay for your part.

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in the military we say, read the book yet?,
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