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Old 05-09-15, 12:49 PM   #1
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Default High biting point/ stalling - 107

Hello,

I've had my 3yr old (19,000 miles) 107 for barely a week. I have already had to book it into the dealer's garage to be checked on Monday because of an issue I am having with the clutch. I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on the issue as it is really stressing me out. The biting point is very high and I have to lift my knee higher than my thigh to reach it. Once I reach it there is only about a centimetre more until the clutch is fully up. The engine stalls regularly when stopping at lights, roundabouts etc because of this - Lifting the clutch barely gives enough throttle to pull the car forward. I have to rev the engine to guarantee it will move and even then it usually ends up stalling again and again. It is embarrassing and it makes me look like an incompetent driver. Any thoughts/ideas/comments are very welcome!

Nettie
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