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Old 19-01-15, 18:19
Puggysusan Puggysusan is offline
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Question Clutch problem

Hi can anybody help I am having a problem with my clutch / pedal every now and again the clutch does not engage usually a three point turn or a tight manover at low speed ,I had some advise and changed clutch master cylinder and the slave cylinder but still am having the same problem has any body got any ideas my t4 is a 1.9 non turbo diesel 1995 N reg thanks
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Old 21-01-15, 10:33
David Sissons David Sissons is offline
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T4 Post Icon Re: Clutch problem

Do you get any squeaks when pressing or releasing the pedal?

It may be the Clutch pedal box. The mounting for the pedal is known as a weak spot. I had one go on me some years back. Running up to that I would get some clutch issues.

There is a side mounted bracket that you can get which should help, or even better Windwelder on here does a replacement with a beefy version.

That assumes it is not a clutch that needs replacing.

Good luck

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