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Q: Clutch cable snapped

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I think the clutch cable snapped.

If there is no longer any tension on your clutch pedal then yes, the cable probably snapped. I would typically start by making sure that the cable is still attached to the pedal and the transmission. It may have just popped off. If it is still connected then the cable is bad and must be replaced.

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