I have a 1997 Mustang GT. I have recently replaced the clutch and transmission with stock parts to stay on the cheap side of things, it was kind of an emergency... but anyway, My problem now is that when the car is cold, the clutch engages fine with no problems. After I run the car for a bit it gets harder and harder and takes more pedal travel to engage the clutch. I've heard everything from a heat soaked clutch cable to a bad stock quadrant. I'm thinking more along the lines of a throwout bearing but I've never had this problem before so I'm unsure. The pedal feels as though the cable hangs about halfway down and it doesnt matter how hard I shove, it does not engage. Please help me!