Having problems with your 1989 Mercury Tracer ?

When starting out from a stop while on an incline (forward or in reverse) the car stalls out. when starting out from a stop on level ground, I have to tach the thing up to about 3500rpm then dump the clutch to take off. If I don't the thing moves like a slug untill it hits 3000 rpm. I was told it could be a dog clutch problem...does that make sense? If that is the problem, how costly is the fix?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 16-07-2018

Answers :

If it is your clutch the it could be as cheep as the cost of a clutch if ya do the job urself.. is your car idling at 900-1200 rpm on idle... because if ur clutch is slipping it may just need to be adjusted..
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