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1.6hdi 2008 102k mileage

Noticed under heavy load at about 2k when the turbo boosts up im getting clutch slip especially on inclines

Clutch is actually fine. No issues with release bearing

Is it just an old original clutch that’s finally dying

I noticed also on this 308 the throttle goes so far then has another bit where it sort of clicks down like a kick down.
Don’t know if it’s relevant or not


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I noticed also on this 308 the throttle goes so far then has another bit where it sort of clicks down like a kick down.
Don’t know if it’s relevant or not


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wouldnt say it was relevant at all,the kickdown on the throttle pedal is just for over-riding the speed limiter
 

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Makes sense still a silly design as the click makes it feel restricted and not as smooth in normal running

What is different to doing a 1.6hdi clutch over a old 2.0hdi anything to watch out for


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I’m a bit stuck as when I start the clutch I need one

I noticed when I got the car the clutch wasn’t as feather light as a normal dual mass but rather more like a normal clutch

I don’t have a dmf squeak or on shut down. I suppose I will need to wait when I rip it apart to see if it’s had a solid conversion already


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90s and vans generally had solid flywheels all DV6 engine parts are interchangeable its a standard engine different power outputs are achieved externally turbos etc

Ok there are 8 valve and 16 valve versions but thats the only big variation.
 

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Thanks wasn’t sure on the brand new ones

I didn’t realise some are 8 valve learn something new everyday thought it was just the turbo


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Any ideas if getting the actual gearbox out is ok on a 308 the 307 was a bit tight to get past the bit where the bottom arms bolt into


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Finally ordered the bits

Had a horror story with Luks new replacement bearing last time on my 2.0hdi so even though it’s available at Euro car parts. I have ordered a valeo kit instead

Ordered a sh solid flywheel too.

Price- valeo clutch £112
Flywheel £30
Flywheel bolts £6
Gearbox oil 2 l £16
Driveshaft oil seals £12

Total £176

Also ordered a fuel rail pressure sensor with it playing up in the winter as piece of mind

Can I get the fuel rail pressure pipes separate from Peugeot ?


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Suspension arm comes off unbolting the front bumper and the bolts come off there

The actual room to get the gearbox out isn’t too bad on these

Just all the bits to take off

The clutch has bad wear on one side with the slipping and dmf had loads of side to side play


New Valeo Clutch in and solid flywheel just to rebuild everything now


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Whoever designed the starter motor and the bolts needs shooting btw definitely the hardest bit


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Reminds me of a Datsun Cherry (front wheel drive) I had. To change the clutch, you took off the right front wheel, removed a cover plate behind that and removed a gear cluster and a push rod. Then unbolted the cover over the clutch housing, reached in and undid the clutch cover bolts. Lifted the clutch assembly out, bolted the new one to the flywheel, and reassembled. Took less than an hour. Marvellous.

Why can't we still have that with all front wheel drives?
 

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My dad said to get a Cortina lol

I had to take the whole exhaust off for 1 gearbox bolt

Also had to take the one side of the bumper off to get the suspension support bar off

It’s all the time consuming bits


This is the old one probably original


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All done dropped the egr gasket and had to get another one

Couple of issues

One gearbox seal seems to have a tiny weep it’s pressed in fine what’s the likely hood this may seal itself ?

There is a bit of Judder at pull off not sure if this is a mount or the pressure plate it seemed awfully tight and the fingers have bent a bit on fitting

Other then that it’s lovely and smooth


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I left a bit of cardboard under the car yesterday nothing there this morning

I noticed a tiny drip of oil running down the back of the engine bay. That hasn’t come back

If it’s got a leak it’s tiny

As regards if the clutch

- there is no vibration through the pedal at all. It’s super smooth
- through the gears it’s like silk and changes beautiful
- just a slight judder when pulling off

Could this be the clutch or is it possibly a engine mount that’s given up

I haven’t done more then 15 miles don’t think it will wear in


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