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My clutch won't go down and won't go into any

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ABS light coming on,For this get the Engine computer scanned.It can be error codes stored in computer.------------
For more details regarding this click the link below:-----
The ABS and Traction Control Lights stays ON dash of car? http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2011/06/abs-and-traction-control-lights-stays.html

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And now for clutch not going in gears it can be faulty clutch issue or problem with clutch cable.This has to be inspected.For more detailed instructions regarding Peugeot clutch problem,click the link below:-----
Peugeot 307: Clutch will no go in gears?
http://whoisbyme.blogspot.in/2012/05/peugeot-307-clutch-will-no-go-in-gears.html

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This will help.
Thanks.

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