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My 92 Legacy wagon has an issue with the clutch pedal sticking to the floor when the weather is cold. After driving it a couple of miles it works fine. The clutch has about 7K miles on it. It has always given me problems since having it done. I keep adjusting the cable and it works for a while and then acts up again. It hasn't been as bad after I disconnected the hill holder.

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Huh...no responses....:confused:

 

My .02 is the cable is worn out and is stretched...that's why adjusting helps.

 

A new cable isn't that expensive or hard to replace, IIRC. I put in a new one when I did my AT>>5-speed swap on my '90 Legacy.

 

GL,

TD

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Is it rubbing our routed the wrong way? The old 80's Subaru cars you could route the cable on the steering linkage and have it rub thru very quickly. I think the cable or the hill holder are suspect here.

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I'm going to replace the clutch cable when I get a chance, there is some squeeking noise when I step on the clutch pedal. It would be nice to start in 1st gear and not feel like I'm popping the clutch.

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