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The clutch pedal started to get a lot weaker now the clutch goes almost to the floor before grabbing. Do I need a clutch or adjustment. something I cant even pull it intio gear w out it grinding

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With luck, it'll just be a clutch adjustment. But best get it done, you don't want to wreck your gear box.

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