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Old 09-24-2012, 02:12 PM   #1
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Replaced clutch, now car won't start!

Have a manual 2009 Focus SE. It was starting to get hard to shift and would get stuck in first/reverse, and since I never have any free time, I took it to a shop. They replaced the clutch set and slave cylinder, yet the car still won't shift properly and now it won't even start. It'll crank one and the whole car shakes then it goes dead again. Any ideas on what went wrong?

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