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I saw a pic of a clutch with only 2000 miles on it all burnt to hell inside. I read a post on this forum about the grooves being to narrow to allow the proper amount of oil to flow through the clutch and keep it wet. Could this be the cause of the oil being forced out through the wires up to the harness in the trunk area. It's like the drain in your tub when it gets clogged up with hair and soap scum. It still flows through the drain but not at the rate it would if it were clear. THe oil is getting to the clutch but with such narrow channels it's getting clogged up and being forced out elsewhere. Like I said, I'm not a mechanic, I just play one on this forum. What do you guys think?

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I don't know about being related to the wiring harness problem, but the clutch SUCKS. It is an interesting concept though. Could a restriction in the system, like the inadequate clutch lubrication cause it to look for an outlet?

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