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Clutch problem i feel a vibration when my change gear therwe is also a noise when i change gear

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Hi,
check out for worn out clutch plates . The second problem could with a worn out gear. Do all gears make a sound during the change or its the lower gears . Generally the First- second shift and Reverse gears cause this problem on the Accent .


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