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Clutch help

Ok I’ve had my car for about 3 months and the when I let out on the clutch the car kinda jumps not like a normal clutch. Then when I’m going like 05-10 mph and just have my foot by the clutch peddle I can feel it like pulsate or something then after it does that i press the clutch in all the way it doesn’t wanna engage all the way and it still wants too roll forwards and I can’t get it out of gear and when I start the car it wants to start and roll like I dont have the clutch in all the way Plz help

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Re: Clutch help

Sound like the dual-mass flywheel is toast. Time for a solid flywheel conversion.
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Sounds like you need to adjust the engagement point at the pedal.

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Sound like the dual-mass flywheel is toast. Time for a solid flywheel conversion.
Is that an expensive fix?
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Is that an expensive fix?
Well, it fits my definition of expensive, I don't know about yours. A clutch install at an independent shop will probably be at least $600 plus the price of a clutch kit.
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Is that an expensive fix?
Knowing where you live helps, one location may be a lot cheaper than another location.
Putting in a state or Provence (if North America) is usually fine.

Maybe adjusting the clutch master push rod can help, maybetime for a new clutch.

Do a fluid change first if old.
Adjust master cylinder rod if still have issues.
Look at a clutch and flywheel if all else fails.

BTW, stock, these have dual mass flywheels. So.....either get a dual mass flywheel and clutch kit, or swap to a solid flywheel and correct clutch kit.
You CAN'T swap clutches between flywheel types.
It is generally NOT recommended to resurface a dual mass flywheel.....

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Is that an expensive fix?
Knowing where you live helps, one location may be a lot cheaper than another location.
Putting in a state or Provence (if North America) is usually fine.

Maybe adjusting the clutch master push rod can help, maybetime for a new clutch.

Do a fluid change first if old.
Adjust master cylinder rod if still have issues.
Look at a clutch and flywheel if all else fails.

BTW, stock, these have dual mass flywheels. So.....either get a dual mass flywheel and clutch kit, or swap to a solid flywheel and correct clutch kit.
You CAN'T swap clutches between flywheel types.
It is generally NOT recommended to resurface a dual mass flywheel.....
Ok ty so much
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Re: Clutch help

It's a great help from ur side. .
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