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    Clutch Problems 87MM 2.0l km132

    So i just replaced my clutch because it was so worn down that it slipped in 3rd-5th gear. After replacing my clutch, i replaced the cable as well since the original one was 27 years old. After all this, i had to adjust the cable to take up ALL slack just so my clutch would disengage and engage. The guy at Clutch Masters was telling me something could be worn for my release fork but i didnt completely understand him, Can anyone offer some insight?

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    is the firewall flexing/cracked?

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    No sir! Checked it a little bit ago and the firewall is all good.

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    Bump.

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    was item #7 in diagram damaged:

    http://www.factorychryslerparts.com/...ssembly=634557

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    ragragtimetime I'll have to check on a weekend where i can drop the trans again. As of now, the pedal play sucks but it gets me to and from work!

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    Problem solved!!! Stupid aftermarket clutch cable to too long right out of the box. Picked up an OEM mitsu cable and works beautifully now!

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