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    Squeaky clutch pedal

    My other issue is a month or so ago my clutch pedal started squeaking and it's driving me nuts. I got WD-40 and I sprayed the entire assembly. Three times, testing it each time. I can't figure out why it's happening, but at every shift "squeak!", shift, "squeak!" it's extremely annoying.

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    Registered User teflon_jones's Avatar
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    8000' up in Colorado
    I'm assuming this is the assembly interior not exterior to the car?

    The clutch pedal requires grease to lube it, not something with the viscosity of WD-40.

    Clean and degrease the pedal the best you can to get rid of the WD-40, then apply grease to the pivot points.
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