Originally Posted by 03 Terminator
Older cables with 60,000 miles will stretch and a brand new clutch may slip if the cable is not also replaced.
My understanding is that main causes of clutch slippage are worn out clutch disk or pressure plate, something causing pressure plate to not fully engage clutch disk, or rear main leaking. Cable is only used to disengage clutch, so I would think a stretched cable would keep clutch from fully disengaging when pedal is pressed, making it hard to get in or out of gears.
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