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Impreza clutch my impreza 97 turbo clutch has started to slip can i adjust the cable or arm etc thanx

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  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    clutch slip .how much to replace

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NO YOU NEED A NEW CLUTCH IT IS HYDROLIC NOT CABLE. EXEDY ORGANIC IS A EXELLENT CLUTCH WILL LAST A LONG TIME.

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  • windowzone Jul 23, 2009

    NO YOU CAN NOT ADJUST AS IT NOT CABLE. NEW CLUTCH PLATE REQUIRED.

  • windowzone Jul 23, 2009

    NEW CLUTCH REQUIRED

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