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topshot_2k

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Post #1
hi,

clutch pedal is sticking the clutch seems fine its the last inch or so it doesnt return to its normal position. now i have checked both the springs and cleaned/greased it all and WD40 the cable but its even worse!!!

any ideas? i can get into gears ok but i have to 'flick' the pedal up to its normal position with my toes after every gearchange!!!!!

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Posted 14th Oct 2008 at 23:01
steve h gti-6

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Mine did that for a while until I reset the clutch cable. undo the the end at the gearbox and push it back and forth and that should reset it IIRC.

If it wont it looks like a new cable im afraid

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Posted 15th Oct 2008 at 00:18
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steve h gti-6 wrote:
Mine did that for a while until I reset the clutch cable. undo the the end at the gearbox and push it back and forth and that should reset it IIRC.

If it wont it looks like a new cable im afraid
mine did the same till i did the same as above

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Posted 15th Oct 2008 at 00:27
chas

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Mine's started to do this a little since I fitted the new cable. I noticed that without the cable, the pedal is spring assisted? I guess I need to clean the spring and lube up the moving parts?

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Posted 15th Oct 2008 at 00:48
steve h gti-6

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chas wrote:
Mine's started to do this a little since I fitted the new cable. I noticed that without the cable, the pedal is spring assisted? I guess I need to clean the spring and lube up the moving parts?


Yeah and if the above dosnt work, push the cable in and out when its not clipped underneath on the subframe as well too, its only held by a push clip.

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Posted 15th Oct 2008 at 00:52
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Post #6
Remove the spring on the pedal, it was a recall when they were more or less new.

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Posted 15th Oct 2008 at 00:52
topshot_2k

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thanks for the replies, i have tried cleaing/lubing everything, that hasnt cured it!

Carl you mean the spring nearest the pedal rubber? is it worth replacing or just remove it?

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Posted 15th Oct 2008 at 01:54
topshot_2k

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Post #8
drove it work today and its worse, seems like i really have to force the pedal down to change gear, the bite point is about 2-3cm from the lowest point of the pedal is this too low?

really hard getting into reverse aswell, keeps crunching Sad

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Posted 15th Oct 2008 at 22:30
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clutch last lifes symptons??Whistle Whistle

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Posted 15th Oct 2008 at 23:25
topshot_2k

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Post #10
andy+katie wrote:
clutch last lifes symptons??Whistle Whistle


i dont think it is, theres no judder/slipping and bite feels like it always has, its just the damn pedal/cable etc wont return to their normal position.

Have cleaned all the springs etc but still no joy. Will take the cable off tomorrow and grease it up/clean it and see if that sorts it

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Posted 17th Oct 2008 at 14:45
gingec

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As Carl said, remove the spring. He took mine off a year ago and all is well.
Posted 17th Oct 2008 at 16:51
topshot_2k

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will give it ago tomorrow Thumbs up

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Posted 17th Oct 2008 at 16:54
gtisid

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Post #13
remove the spring from the top of the clutch peddle when faulty it makes the clutch peddle stick and makes the peddle sit to high. i think the clutch is on the way out. gets stiff a new cable is a temp fix but it will go the same as the old one in a short time . fitting a new clutch and cover will make it smooth as

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Posted 17th Oct 2008 at 22:35
petegti6

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Aye, new clutch FTW LOL


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Posted 18th Oct 2008 at 03:07
iplay

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Post #15
Lubricating the clutch lever arm might help.
Posted 18th Oct 2008 at 04:40
gaz likes shmeat

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sorry to bring this thread back to life but it is relevant as I have the exact same problem...

Can anyone confirm, does this spring simply need removing or replacing? From what I can make out about, it just looks like it need removing all together?
Posted 10th Aug 2010 at 16:28
berger

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gaz likes shmeat wrote:
sorry to bring this thread back to life but it is relevant as I have the exact same problem...

Can anyone confirm, does this spring simply need removing or replacing? From what I can make out about, it just looks like it need removing all together?



Removing.

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Posted 10th Aug 2010 at 18:30
gaz likes shmeat

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smashing ta
Posted 10th Aug 2010 at 18:52
Rimrod

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Post #19
Again sorry for bringing the thread back to life but I have the same problem.

Where exactly is this spring that needs taking out?

Posted 6th Jan 2017 at 15:56
welshpug!

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Post #20
on the side of the pedal

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Posted 6th Jan 2017 at 15:58
Rimrod

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Thank you.
Posted 6th Jan 2017 at 16:13
mellowr1

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Post #22
Mine did that until I got new cable fitted. Perfect after
Posted 8th Jan 2017 at 18:58
Kenan

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Post #23
Just went to take mine off and someone beat me to it. So clutch cable it is then . . .
Posted 8th Jan 2017 at 21:19
bigbadbowen

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Post #24
Good luck with that it's a cvnt of a job
Posted 8th Jan 2017 at 23:21

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