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Old 08-24-2003, 07:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ive done about 5000 km on the new cluch and its already slipping
its 96 mechnik told me that i have to get my cluch done again but its a litlle bit strange only 5000km???????????????
does this model have any adjustment for cluch or ist adjudted automaticly if there is one i cant find it
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hmmm sounds weird. unfortunately, i have no clue. try a second mechanic for a second opinion??
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already slipping... what's that in miles??? hmm, if the clutch was replaced and immediately hammered on, then you could have problems. Clutches require a proper break in procedure like brakes do. What all did you replace? What did the flywheel look like? How hard do you drive the car? I would also make sure there are no oil leaks (trans or engine) that are reaching the clutch assembly.
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