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Slight Clutch Judder

gazcallyt Nov 17, 2010

  1. gazcallyt

    gazcallyt Member

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    Guys,

    Anybody experienced this before when coming off the clutch I can feel a slight judder via the pedal, also sometimes when changing gear, there seems to be a slight thud when engaging the next gear ?

    Cheers

    Gary
     
  2. Brett Butler

    Brett Butler Member

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    Clutch judder when pulling away is often related to a warped flywheel, plate, housing, seizing thrust bearing, or oil is getting on the clutch plate through a weeping oil seal, the oil generally means some slippage if excessive. If it is any of those you are pretty well looking at a complete new assembly at some point in the future. As for the thud, not sure dodgy gear changing too fast :p
     
  3. Smoothie

    Smoothie Active Member

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    sounds like a flywheel issue, very common
     
  4. gazcallyt

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    Cheers Guys, will get it checked out.

    Gaz.
     

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