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Q: Clutch not working

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My clutch is not working.

If your clutch is not working then it may have a bad clutch cable or the clutch itself is bad. A mechanic would typically inspect the condition of the cable and make sure it is moving properly. If it is then the clutch would need to be replaced. I would have a certified mechanic inspect your clutch issue to see what repairs are necessary.

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