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Car was driving fine I got off the freeway accelerated then the car disengaged and kept disengaging .would engage at low speeds then would not engage in any position reive the engine nothing would happen barely got home checed linkage and fluid all normal but a whining noise happens every time the caris trying to engage or in reveverse

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Im assuming this is a manual transmission, if so you need to replace the clutch assembly. the clutch disk has worn too thin for the pressure plate to hold at higher rpms and soon wont hold at all.

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