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Ok, thanks for the info.
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Originally posted by enjay enjay wrote:

Ok, thanks for the info.
 
Please let us know how you get on.
If they've acknowledged the flywheel is the problem, it's outrageous they're trying to get you to renew a clutch that still has many tens of thousands of miles left on it.
 
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Originally posted by bol d'or bol d'or wrote:

Originally posted by enjay enjay wrote:

Ok, thanks for the info.

 
Please let us know how you get on.
If they've acknowledged the flywheel is the problem, it's outrageous they're trying to get you to renew a clutch that still has many tens of thousands of miles left on it.
 


I agree to a point , but no don't use the old clutch with all new gubins . They should really include a new clutch , as the fault problem was caused by Renault.
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Originally posted by Houstahousey Houstahousey wrote:


I agree to a point , but no don't use the old clutch with all new gubins .
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Why on earth not? Confused
There's zero reason not to re-use perfectly serviceable clutch plates.
 
 
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Originally posted by bol d'or bol d'or wrote:

Originally posted by Houstahousey Houstahousey wrote:


I agree to a point , but no don't use the old clutch with all new gubins .
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Why on earth not? Confused
There's zero reason not to re-use perfectly serviceable clutch plates.
 
 


Same as I wouldn't use old brake pads with new disc's.
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1.5 diesel auto sig nav 2016 delivery date July 16.clutch judder in 2nd gear noticed at
Approx 4000 miles and 6-7 months old.
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1.6 diesel. Manual trans. Juddering been occurring for a while (now at 40,000 miles).  Usually happens as I start off from a stop but doesn't happen every time.
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1.5 dci manual, clutch judder (when cold) from 4 months old.
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1.5 dci manual, clutch judder noticed over the last year, has been intermittent, seems to be worse when cold.  Car now has approximately 11,000
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1.5 dci manual,I've noticed a very small amount of clutch judder when cold which disappears after a short while,my previous car ,a 1.5 dci megane also suffered with this but was much more pronounced when cold, also dissapeared after warming up
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