Question about 2006 Nissan Xterra
I have an 07 xterra Offroad and the clutch "wore out" at 63,000 km! I was told it was wear and tear.....but i didn't believe them. 80% of that is high milage. The clutch was stiff when i bought it , but i was told it would wear in. It remained stiff until it went altogether. I had it replaced at my expence $2800.00. Once it was replaced it was really smooth, no stiffness, and it eginishiated about 1-2 inches from the floor (before it would engage after being compressed for only an inch or so). 2 months later (7000km) the clutch is now stiff again, and you can really feel the compression it takes to get it to engage. It engages, like before when it went, after being compressed about an inch, and its a stiff compress again. Is it going again???!!!???
That's not a misprint!! Actually it was $2750.00 at Fish Creek Nissan in Calgary! They told me it is not covered under the warrenty. It was do to "wear & tear" on the vechicle. I was not pleased to say the least. thanks for the comments.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
$2800?!?!?!?!?!!!!!!! HOPE THAT IS A MISPRINT
if it is feeling different then something is not right. the amount of travel should not change
you may have a slave cylinder problem or your clutch release fork has popped off the pivot ball
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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