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Old 04-09-17, 06:55 AM   #1
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Default 207 gti 175thp clutch problems

Good morning , just need abit of help.
So my clutch pedal hit the floor the other day with no warning , I could not engage any gears.
So I mananged to get it back home in 2nd gear , luckily I was a couple miles .
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So there were no warnings my clutch was on it's way out , so I checked the clutch pedal , and pulled it by had , I. Noticed when pushing the clutch down it was easy until halfway and then felt a little bit of pressure , but still stuck to the floor, I also noticed that I could change gear with the clutch up not whilst the car was running , but stationary and turned off, it actually changed in every gear , any help would be appreciated.
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Sounds like master or slave cylinder fault. Check for leak from slave cylinder

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If your clutch is the later pull type, the release bearing may have detached from the pressure plate given the symptoms you describe.
No alternative but to replace the clutch if I am right - sorry not good news. Check the master and slave cylinders first, could be a hydraulic leak or low fluid.
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