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After replacing clutch my saturn 1.9 is hard to shift

After replacing clutch it is hard to find gears. Also seams to have lots of play in the pedal

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Check your pedal adjustment. If there's too much play it could be not engaging the clutch, which will make it difficult to find the gears.

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