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Old 10-15-2006, 11:22 PM   #1
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some kid test drove my car last week. i smelt burnt clutch when he got back. he didnt know how to drive at all. now i cant get my car into gear. when the car is off. i can get it in all 6 and R. when i start it. i cant get it in any gear. it just starts rolling when i try. i know 99's had horrible clutch systems. what do you guys think it could be? slave cylinder? thats what i was thinking. some other ppl told me i need to bleed it.. what do yall think? help!
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Bleeding it is easy and very inexpensive, start with that first. Is it a stock clutch? How many miles?
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iv never bled a t56 before. where is the bleeder at? no its a z06 clutch . 78k .
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