Q: When driving there is a loud clanking noise that I can feel in my shifter and when I push in the clutch I can feel it in my car

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When driving there is a loud clanking noise that I can feel in my shifter and when I push in the clutch I can feel it in my whole car it even starts shaking the noise is obviously coming from the engine area

My car has 130000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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