Question about Dodge Neon
I would suspect the clutch plate is worn out, this is the reason you have to shift close to
If you drive a standard shift in city traffic the clutch life is reduced significantly.
You may be able to gain a little time with a slight linkage adjustment, but
probably not too much. The throwout bearing should also be replaced when
replacing clutch assembly. Check prices at several shops and do a little research on
them before committing. Hope this was useful.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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