Slipping while engaging, difficulty getting into gear, and an engagement height close to the floor all tell you that the clutch disc is beginning to wear too thin to be driveable. Get power to the ground with a remanufactured clutch disk and put an end to clutch slippage.
While the transmission is removed for clutch service, it is also important to replace the throwout bearing, pressure plate, and inspect components such as the clutch fork and rear main seal for signs of wear. Dual mass flywheels should be carefully inspected, and units with over 100,000 miles should be replaced, as the rubber material within the flywheel is known to fail unexpectedly.
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