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The clutch sticks its a cable clutch i am using springs to pull it down but wanna fix the problem it is a 1987 an the cable is fine pulled the cable out an it moves freely

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Maybe your clutch lining and pressure plate and release bearing inside the transmission is worn out already.maybe u need to pull down the transmission to check the lining and pressure plate and then replace it

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