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Old 11 Jul 2008, 06:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Clutch advice

Clutch has started slipping under heavy load ( when booting it lol ) so will need replaceing soon, trying to keep costs low was thinking of getting one off ebay and having a go myself, so is it a fairly straight forward diy job?, are there any special tools needed?, any advice on ways to do it, its a 99 wagon, thanks
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Re: Clutch advice

Personally i would get it into a garage m8 as it can be a nightmare for the home mechanic plus you need positioning tools to make sure the clutch is aligned properly otherwise it all goes pete tong from there.
Not saying dont have a go yourself just expect the worse.

Ps splitting the box from the engine can be a pain in itself as it sometimes needs lifting up and out from the top of the engine to break the seal if you know what i mean.
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