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Clutch is starting to slip

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    Senior Member Lunatikgixxer's Avatar
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    Clutch is starting to slip

    Does this mean i need a new one, or can i adjust it somehow? Again, i suck with trannys and dont know a whole lot about them, lol.

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    The clutch systems on these cars are self-adjusting hydraulic. The pressure plate itself is also self-adjusting.

    So if your clutch is starting to slip under power, its time for a new one.

    I highly reccommend the GM LS7 clutch for stock or bolt on cars.

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    Bat mobile black
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    ok thank u i never knew that

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