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Why does the clutch on an 88 Chevrolet Beretta have trouble going into gear in first second and reverse?


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2006-02-12 20:54:19
2006-02-12 20:54:19

The simple thing to check is clutch adjustment. Does your clutch pedal go almost to the floor before you feel tension? If so, then a clutch adjustment(Cable style) should cure the problem. If your clutch is hydraulic and not cable, then you may have a bad slave cylinder or air in the line. Chris put in a new throw out bearing

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