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Car problems my clutch is giving no resistence and the engine won't turn over. Instead it makes a fast serious of clicking noises when I try to start it.

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Clicking noises from the starter motor means a flat battery.
Clutch not having any resistance is from having leaking seals in either the clutch master or slave cylinder. Fill the clutch reservoir with brake fluid and pump it up for a short term fix.

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

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