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As i have said in the past the clutch went and drove it home slowly just to get it home in turn done loads of damage and wouldnt recommend driving the 2.0 l hdi with a heavy or worn clutch.Heres the damage list :
new clutch and flywheel as the other broke to bits
new thrust bearing as tottally fell apart
new crankshaft pick up sensor as the broken bits in the bellhousing took it out
new clutch fork as bent the old one
new gear box shaft seal or turret housing as old one in bits
new clutch slave cylinder as old one blew seals
oh and the oils to go back
and 8 hrs hard worklater lol well the moral of the story goes replace it when it starts to feel heavy or its guna cost loads more than it should lol but all good now :nono: :thumb: :nod:
 
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What's the difference in price when youre preemptive and when you leave it to wreck?
 

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well that all depends on how fussy you want to be
clutch fork cost £19.99
turret housing £15.99
clutch slave clyinder £19.95
pick up sensor £24.99
and the extra 2hrs fiddling with these bits
plus postage
probs just over £150 plus extra over and above just replacing the clutch and flywheel and thrust bearing which cost £350
i was quoted £1280 to do the job in the local dealer
done it myself for £460 that includes oils and postage saved on the labour charge and the dealers parts prices :thumb:
So cant grumbal:nono: :nod:
SAVED £820 cool thats a holiday for me :lol:
 
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