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Clutch is hard to push in,the cable is o.k. the cross shaft seems o.k. bushings under clutch peddle under dash o.k., but when hooked up to Bellhousing, cable creaks.

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May be binding in the clutch fork or the clutch itself. if when the cable is free it moves easily the the problem is in the clutch area. hope this helps

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