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Old 28-11-11, 07:13 PM   #1
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Default Tell tale signs of DMF failure ?

What are the tell tale signs of DMF failure ?
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Old 28-11-11, 10:30 PM   #2
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What are the tell tale signs of DMF failure ?
trust me you'd know!!!!

juddering under acceleration, wobble thru clutch pedal, grindy scrapy noise etc
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just had mine done, dmf, cluch kit and center bearing, 400 the my mech 350 to fit.
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Mine makes a squeak when turned off , has done for the 18 months I've owned it, it has no other symptoms drives perfect
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Just had mine replaced too at a cost of 700. My DMF was on the way out for 20K miles with a judder when starting off in 1st that gradually got worse till it went bang. Then the clutch pedal dropped, there was a burning smell and a loud squeaking noise like a losse fan belt when the clutch was depressed.
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sabasteeno, that was the exact same symptoms i had when my release bearing went on my 307...lucky it was a petrol and was a solid flywheel...been told that if it was DMF the power of the bearing going and the clutch smashing into the flywheel would of done the DMF in.



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sabasteeno, that was the exact same symptoms i had when my release bearing went on my 307...lucky it was a petrol and was a solid flywheel...been told that if it was DMF the power of the bearing going and the clutch smashing into the flywheel would of done the DMF in.
Yeah my release bearing gave up and took the rest with it
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