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Clutch pedal feels crunchy and sticks

When depressing the clutch, there is a 50/50 chance the pedal will stick in the fully depressed position.
I then tap it a few times and it starts the upward travel.

Also a 50/50 chance it will feel crunchy when depressing it!

I notice no weird vibration feedback on the pedal and it engages and disengages the clutch at the correct travel points.

Clutch does no slip and apart from what I mentioned, works perfectly

The car is a 1987 930 / 915 tranny.
Anyone ran into this before???

This is seriously cutting into the joy factor
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Old 02-19-2007, 12:16 PM
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Your pedal cluster sounds like it needs a rebuild... Could be something else but I would take a look at that for a start. Its usualy the OEM plastic bushings that give the problem.... buy the pedal cluster rebuild kit with bronze bushing . pelican has these kits ready to ship, you can also check out the tech info center at the top of the screen if you want to look into whats involved in a dedal cluster rebuild.
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Thanks Herman...

Is there a reason the pedal would act like this only with the engine running???

With engine off, the pedal seems to work fine???
Perhaps a running engine puts stress on the pedal asm that puts it over the edge??
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