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Frequent useof clutch causes clutch pedal to go hard clutch slips

I have a hyundai excel 1999 model and the clutch pedal starts to go hard after frequent use then the clutch starts to slip, when i let the car rest it goes back to normal until more frequent use of the clutch what could this be?

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Adjust the clutch push rod (under the dash).

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

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