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Old 06-11-2005, 09:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can any body shed some light on the subject?

My car has 41500 mi. and 30000 I was the only one driving it. I am not riding clutch nor breaks, and do not hold car at stop light balancing clutch and throttle. I am aware that there is a sort of flow metering valve in the clutch hydraulic system, that can cause syptoms similar to worn clutch:

1. Feels like clutch engages at very top of the travel of the pedal.
2. There is almost no travel of the pedal left, after clutch fully engaged.

On other side: It takes half of the pedal travel to disengage clutch from being fully engaged.

My car approaching end of the warranty and I would like to have some tech insight on the subject.
Thanks in advance.
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weird.

this clutch is self adjusting, so the take up point should not change much over time.

check slave/master for leaks, check fluid level. sorry, cannot contribute much used .
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