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Saturn S-Series

What are some reasons that a 93 Saturn SL2 would be extremely hard to shift if the clutch is new?

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2005-11-28 19:00:37
2005-11-28 19:00:37

I'm going to take a shot and say that it could be the clutch slave cylinder is not working correctly, ie. leaking fluid.

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