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Old 19-05-18, 04:00 PM   #1
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Default Creaking clutch pedal

308 got line creaking clutch pedal I know there was a TSB on this but I couldn’t be annoyed bringing it to a main dealer. Does anything have to be removed to get to the pivot points?
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Old 19-05-18, 11:32 PM   #2
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I sprayed mine with 3 in 1 without removing anything. Still OK 6 months later.
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Old 20-05-18, 01:03 AM   #3
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I sprayed mine with 3 in 1 without removing anything. Still OK 6 months later.
Where abouts is the spring or the pivot points? Do you need to remove anything to get to it?
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Old 21-05-18, 09:42 AM   #4
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Mine's started creaking again too, about 6 months after Peugeot had it for the TSB. Do I just blast all the bits and pieces at the back of the pedal?
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Seem it's related with warm weather ....
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Seem it's related with warm weather ....
Definitely! On a hot day it's really bad.
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Yup,
Mine is doing the same-its always okay first thing in the morning when the ambient is cold and only does it in hot weather.
It is in the main dealers on Friday for this and other issues.
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Yup,
Mine is doing the same-its always okay first thing in the morning when the ambient is cold and only does it in hot weather.
It is in the main dealers on Friday for this and other issues.
Hope they sort it for you. Mine's out of warranty now so they aren't interested without me shelling out.
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Old 23-05-18, 10:56 AM   #9
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Dealer said they will carry out a "diagnostic check" whatever that means and then said may charge me 71 I said "NO" the car is still in warranty until November.

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Dealer said they will carry out a "diagnostic check" whatever that means and then said may charge me 71 I said "NO" the car is still in warranty until November.
They tried that with me too when I last had it done, had to put my foot down. They greased it up with a thick yellow grease, which only worked for a few months..

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