Ok, I thought the guy said sticky, but he really said "Your clutch is slipping." I knew when I originally typed this message something didn't sound right. Oh well. Any ideas????
3.0 V6, 5 speed manual, 36,550 miles.
Well today I had my tires rotated at Discount Tire. The gentleman that drove my truck around to me said that my clutch was slipping. He couldn't have ever took it out of 1st gear.
Just wondering, if I do have a slipping clutch, what would be the symptoms? The clutch feels normal to me. Just a bit hard to get into 3rd gear, but it has always been like that since the day I bought it.
Also, the clutch pedal has somewhat moved to the left, assuming you are sitting in the truck and driving. That left. When I push the clutch pedal in, I sometimes hit this piece of metal, (you would have to look in your own truck, or I will try and get some pictures tomorrow, everybody has this piece of metal I'm referring to) not everytime but it does it often. So anyways, it pissed me off and I got to messing with it and it seems a bit loose. So after shoving on it for a minute, the pedal slid back to the right and the contact of the clutch and the metal stopped. For awhile, now the clutch has moved back to the left again. Anyway to alleviate this problem? Maybe tighten the clutch pedal to keep it from moving L-R?