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Old 23-10-13, 09:30 AM   #1
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Default 806 2.0 hdi clutch not disengaging bit normal bite point. any ideals?

I have got a problem with my clutch, I have the force it in to 1st and reverse, 2nd is also harder than normal. When it is in gear it tying to drive or slipping. But the bite piont is the same place it always was. I have stop driving the car as I do not want to cause any damage to the gearbox. History of what's been done, in may this year the last owner spent a 1000 on complete clutch, flywheel, fork and slave. I replace the master when I lost the clutch. I done not now what is at fault. Do I need the bleed the system again under pressure or is it internal? Any help would great many thanks
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Old 23-10-13, 12:51 PM   #2
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i would suggest bleeding first
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I have tried manually bleeding, there is pressure and there does not seem to be any more air.
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I found I had to bleed the clutch using a Gunson Ezibleed kit after failing with the old fashioned way, could not face connecting the spare wheel so used a tyre pump instead.
Doesn't sound great, I think the release bearing could be detaching from the pressure plate, can you watch the clutch operating via the square plug by the slave cylinder for more clues?
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