Question about 1989 Chevrolet Beretta
I actually have the same issue with my '90 Beretta. I have not yet had the time to look at it but I could suggest that either your master or slave clutch cylinder is shot or your clutch linkage needs to be tuned/replaced. A Master clutch will run about $50.00 at your Autozone or Advanced Auto, and the slave is about $40.00. I'm not sure wht the linkage will run you, nor do I know the cost of repair if you decide to have a mechanic fix it for you.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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