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shifty between 1st and reverse... quick question #33032 Aug 4, 11:21am Aug 4, 11:21am
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shifty between 1st and reverse... quick question
I am trying to narrow down this problem i am having with my clutch pedal getting stuck to the floor. I notice this only happens when i am parallel parking. When I am shifty between 1st and reverse i hold the pedal down to the floor feathering the clutch to get into a tight parking spot. MY pedal gets stuck to the ground when i am doing this. Does anyone else have this problem????? I am double clutching now between 1st and reverse and I have not problems but is this something I should get checked out?????

Re: shifty between 1st and reverse... quick question [Re: nyc_gts] #33033 Aug 4, 11:44am Aug 4, 11:44am
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YES, I think this is a sign of your clutch going.

Re: shifty between 1st and reverse... quick question [Re: nyc_gts] #33034 Aug 4, 11:46am Aug 4, 11:46am
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I've never come across a clutch getting stuck to the floor before so I have no idea ?????

But I would seriously get it checked out as soon as possible.

Re: shifty between 1st and reverse... quick question [Re: nyc_gts] #33035 Aug 4, 11:56am Aug 4, 11:56am
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This is the only problem I have with my clutch. I ever tried th e"put the car in 5th gears and try to slip in the clutch with out the car stalling test" and the car stalled everytime. Plus its has never slipped on me.

Re: shifty between 1st and reverse... quick question [Re: nyc_gts] #33036 Aug 4, 1:19pm Aug 4, 1:19pm
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All I'm saying is don't fuck around, get it fixed or you may find your self walking home one day.

Re: shifty between 1st and reverse... quick question [Re: Gen7fan] #33037 Aug 4, 1:20pm Aug 4, 1:20pm
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Originally Posted by Gen7fan
All I'm saying is don't fuck around, get it fixed or you may find your self walking home one day.

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