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Old 06-30-2014, 12:42 PM   #1
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I have a 01 mustang with a tremec 6 speed manual in it. I was at the track yesterday when my clutch decided to stop working half way down the track. It was like there was pressure on the pedal and I couldn't push it down. i turned the car off and turned it back on worked fine drove it half a mile did the same thing, every time I can just turn it off and back on and it fixes it completely. Any ideas? Also I put a new cable quadrant and adjuster in.
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Considering the clutch pedal/fork assembly is cable operated I cant imagine shutting the car down would make a difference, regardless its somethibg mechanical and the trans is gonna jave to come out
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Thanks for the reply its a headache i dont see how it works when i turn it off and turn it on thats why im thinking its electrical
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There is no electronic controls that have anything to di with the clutch system its all mechanical
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