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How do you know when your clutch is going?

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I have a 2000 2.7 boxster that I just changed the maf on. Part number 996606124/0280218009 was changed with the same numbered part. Now when I shift gears the car revs to 3000 rpm then comes back down and seems to catch and accelerate quickly. If I ease off and try to be gentle with it, it still seems to have the over rev. The car runs hotter now too. I don't remember it doing that before the maf change. It may have, I'm just not sure. Are these symptoms of the clutch going or is it a maf problem? Idles great now and all else seems ok.

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Get the car in 4th gear- say 60 MPH or so and floor it. RPM's will shoot up then drop most likely will rev well above 3K RPM's. I find that when clutch first going it is easier to detect in a higher gear than in say 2nd.

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