Posted by super99 on August 13, 2014 at 18:11:26 from (220.127.116.11):
The clutch has started sticking on my 1850 diesel. I have to start it in gear and stand on the brakes and it will break free in about 5 or 6'. Never had this happen before. It's home for years is inside a metal arch building that is not well ventilated and it's never done this. I washed it good last Saturday, and every since, the clutch sticks when it sets overnite. Once it is free, it works like it should until it sets overnite. I don't have any work for it right now to run it for a few hours and get everything warmed up good to see if that helps. Any suggestions? Thanks, Chris
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