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My '99 996 C2 has 68,000 miles on the clock and I'm starting to get the impression that the clutch isn't nearly as tough to push in as it was six months ago. Assuming that my clutch is probably near the end of its service life, can anyone tell me what I should expect to pay for a clutch replacement (parts and labor) if I take it to the local Porsche dealership for the work? (I plan to take it to Porsche of Arlington in Northern VA.)

Also, can anyone tell me if you've recently had this work done, how many miles on the clock did you have at the time?

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The pedal seems easier to push down because your left leg has been getting stronger. Seriously tho...If you have no slippage when engaging the clutch, you have nothing to worry about. I always get at least 100,000 miles out of all my clutches and I drive a car very hard. I use the tranny for braking all the time too. So far, 40,000 miles on my supercharged 996 with the original clutch and the original brakes are barely worn.

Replacing a clutch is not a preventive job, but is only done if it fails. Don't look for problems that aren't there. Drive the car and enjoy.

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