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F1 2003 Spyder at 30,000 miles, has a 2005 model clutch since approx. 19,000 miles ago. Lately it's slipping into neutral sometimes, at stops (quickly, not after a minute, as it ought to), or even when car automatically downshifts after I've slowed down alot. Seems to happen more on lengthy rides.

Clutch on its last legs? Any other possible explanations? Thanks in advance... - dave
 
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Your really fighting a losing battle trying to diagnosis F1 problems via the internet...You need a professional to look at it with the correct software and a knowledge of how it works.....Jason
 

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It could be a simple issue such as being low on F1 fluid, the F1 system may need to be bled, a failing F1 pump or honestly many other issues. It's really best to find a specialist near you to help diagnose it as most of what needs to be done will require a specialized diagnostic tool and someone who knows how to use it.

Hope that helps!

Best Regards,
 
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