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Old 09-26-2018, 07:17 AM
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Clutch is stiff.

When I bought my car I noticed the clutch very light. Now it's become a lot stiffer what's the problem is there a problem?
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Old 09-30-2018, 10:00 PM
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That seems really odd, does everything seem to be working ok with it besides the feel?
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Old 10-01-2018, 07:08 AM
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Its working fine..but a little stiff...
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Hmmmmmm, I'd check the clutch cable. Well, I wouldn't as its new. I'd have the dealer check it next oil change.
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Hmmmmmm, I'd check the clutch cable. Well, I wouldn't as its new. I'd have the dealer check it next oil change.
The new ones are a hydraulic clutch
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^^^^ LOL. This is why I stick to SN95's.
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^^^^ LOL. This is why I stick to SN95's.
Yeah clutch cables went away in 2004. I never really saw an issue with them, simple and it works.
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If it's a new one, 2018, there is a TSB for the clutch bolts loosening. Take it to the dealer, get it checked out. Good luck.
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