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When i give it full throttle it acts like the clutch is disengageing

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Sounds like you got clutch slip....maybe you need new clutch plates

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Put the car in first and start it up. If the car want's to lurch forward then the clutch is working but not disengaging. Look toward the slave/master cylinders or even the pedal itself. Pontiac used aluminum clutch pedals and they bend over time, hitting the floor before giving you the full length of travel. This causes the clutch to not disengage. 50 bucks at Fierostore.com.

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