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Ford Puma Clutch problems.

Discussion in 'Other Brands & Models' started by Josh84, Feb 14, 2012.

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    [Feb 14, 2012]
    Hi all, does anyone know of a decent and affordable garage in Leeds or West Yorkshire where i could get the Clutch replaced on my girlfriends 1.7 Ford Puma?
    Thanks
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    [Feb 16, 2012]
    DIY? Puma is fairly easy to work on. Clutch about a ton, flywheel skim about 40 and allow an afternoon to do it. Don't forget to replace release bearing
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    [Feb 16, 2012]
    I thought about DIY but read up on it on a few forums and was put off, might be too big a job for me as ive never done anything like that before, most ive done is an alternator. Just a bit worried i wont be able to put everything back together. Think ive got a mate to do it as a back hander for £260.
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    [Feb 16, 2012]
    I'd supply the part yourself as a lot of cheap clutches are rubbish, so you'll know what you're getting. Then get your mate to fit it. £260 sounds ok for supply and fit though
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    [Feb 17, 2012]
    Hes gunna fit a LUK clutch, checked it on euro car parts and was the dearest they do, so presume theyre alright.
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