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Old 29-05-15, 06:11 PM   #1
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Hi again

Coming home from work today my clutch pedal when depressed would not return on its own, so basically RAC man bought me home.

He doesn't think its hydraulic related but possibly clutch/ and or dmf

Up until then I occasionally got a click when clutch was pressed but no slipping or noise at all.

Anyone had same problem?

Might just replace clutch myself what do you think

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Old 29-05-15, 06:36 PM   #2
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If it was going click there is a good chance the operating rod has come off the pedal does happen due to the silly plastic clip arrangement.

I would have expected the RAC to check this, if you had no problems other than click before it happened I would think it would be hydraulic related, master cylinder failure is quite common on 207
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Old 29-05-15, 06:42 PM   #3
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Hi thanks for reply

I will get some photos of pedal to see if anything looks out of place, that was my thought too.

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Decided to change clutch master cylinder

NEED some advice please

All went well until I tried to bleed system the fitting with the spring clip which I would say comes from slave cylinder will not seal any ideas (have put old one back on and that leaks too) have I lost an O ring or is it just a push in fit.
Anyone know of a quick fix.
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Yes there is a small o-ring fitted to the end of the pipe, it can twist and stick in the cylinder. Have a good search around as it comes with the pipe and is not available as a stand alone part if I remember correctly
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Old 01-06-15, 07:35 PM   #6
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Thanks for that will have to have a look for it, do you know if I could get one from dealer if I cant find it.

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It's not listed as a part on Dealer Servicebox
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Thanks for info
better start looking in engine bay or see if got o-ring kit at work

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Check in the original cylinder it may have been pushed into port when you refitted it
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Think I might of fell off, I have put original one back on thinking new one was faulty and that one leaks too, after all this I hope its not the clutch.

Any pics of it does it fit on the end or where the spring clip fits please (cant get service box to work on windows 8)

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