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Clutch adjustment

Discussion in 'General Technical / How To' started by rob1380, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. rob1380
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    [Apr 18, 2007]
    Ive just bought an 1997 A4 TDI 110 but the clutch biting point seems really high..... am i looking at a new clutch or can it be adjusted somehow? (not too worried as the car was cheap:cool: )

    any advice would be appreciated.

    cheers

    rob
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    [Apr 19, 2007]
    Hi Rob
    I think you will find that the clutch is hydraulic , so there is no adjustments there
    Sorry mate , but you could possibly get a cheap clutch from GSF or Euro car parts
    Sarah
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    MrJoshua '98 A4 2.4 SE

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    [Apr 19, 2007]
    I have the exact same problem with the clutch on my 2.4 V6 A4...

    Mine is in at the moment for a replacement clutch and I got a call yesterday from my specialist telling me that the clutch friction material "is almost down to the rivets". I think you'd be wise to fork out for a new clutch so that it doesn't wear totally down and ruin your flyweel (and leave you stranded).
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