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Author Subject: Clutch finally died

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Location: Bristol

Registered: 10 Apr 2004

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Post #1
So after 211067 miles my clutch finally died, over the last 3 days it got very slippy and subsequently smelly with little traction and actually being able to select a gear although that improved before giving up.... TBH it did still work after I'd walked back from where it gave up the ghost to get tow rope and drag 1.5 miles home as it worked and I got it on the drive. Is this a record for most owners?


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Posted 26th Aug 2019 at 21:43

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Location: Westcliff-on-sea

Registered: 26 Jun 2014

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Post #2
Good going! Replaced mine as a preventative measure at about 190K. Was told that it looked good for a few more miles/years


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Posted 28th Aug 2019 at 20:05


Location: bristol

Registered: 02 May 2016

Posts: 160

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Post #3
Jeeze! i know mine was replaced before i got the car. somewhere around 110K iirc

that's pretty crazy mileage!
Posted 3rd Sep 2019 at 23:59

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Location: The nearest Shell garage

Registered: 12 Jun 2004

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Post #4
Pedal's on the right Razz
Posted 10th Sep 2019 at 10:04

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