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Question Details Asked:Jun 26, 2009 - 01:26 PMStatus:Closed
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Could be a number of things:1. Dirt, oil or grease on clutch disk2. Grooved flywheel3. broken or loose motor mount or transmission mount
I would add badly worn clutch springs and possible linkage problem to Shifty's list.
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