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There are two likely possibilities, and it could be both: Abuse As described in James' answer, with the right owner a clutch could be decimated with relatively low mileage. With mileage that low it would take some serious abuse to get there. Low Quality The clutch may have been built with low quality components. The Scion xA and xB of the mid 2000's used ...


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If the clutch has been abused by a previous owner's bad habits, it's entirely possible for the clutch to be worn out and slipping. By releasing or engaging too slowly, I can imagine the wear material on the clutch going away sooner. If the vehicle was driven in stop-and-go traffic all the time that will contribute to earlier wear, too, unlike a highway ...



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