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  • Ashok Raj Raj
    Signs your clutch is failing
    • Your clutch feels spongy, sticks or vibrates when you press it.
    • You hear a squeaking or a grumbling noise when you press down on the pedal.
    • You can rev the engine, but acceleration is poor.
    • You have difficulty shifting gears.
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