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    TSB question for clutch clutter

    I have a 2003 WRX Sonic Yellow wagon with 135k miles on it. Believe it or not it is completely stock. Bought from an elderly couple used for their travels. Anyway, I am experiencing the infamous clutch clutter that I believe a certain TSB covers. Does anyone know where I can get the TSB # to present to my dealer and see if they will replace the clutch or help with the costs. Thank you for any help.

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    At 135k miles, I'd be surprised if the clutch disc wasn't just on its way out. That's a long, full life for a clutch.

    The TSB is here:


    It applied to all 2002 models and only SOME 2003 models. Given the mileage though, I would be surprised if they do anything with it, but good luck!
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