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Get a new clutch kit AND flywheel. Don't turn a flywheel more than once, just like with brake rotors. Any car can use an aftermarket clutch replacement (as long as they fit, of course). If you get a lightened flywheel, you'll enjoy better acceleration and mileage (city driving) as well.
seems a bit early for clutch. how many k's? I would start by checking the intake tube for splits & security & airflow sensor. they will cause the engine to rev but no response (like a slipping clutch) so its manual right?
Hi Haresh, It help to know if we're talking about automatic or manual? If it is the the select without clutch it would be a good idea to check the fluid levels. For auto or semi auto have the filter replaced inside the gearbox. If it is manual, have the clutch adjustment checked. Regards John
hmmm... 80mph @6000 rpm is not normal. you are needing a lot of power to produce 80mph. it seems clutch assembly needs replacement. clutch assembly includes clutch disc, fly wheel, and release bearing. might as well check your clutch master if the vacuums are still working properly. this might be the culprit to the stuck up clutch pedal.
after replacing the clutch assembly, you can reach 80mph @ 4000-4500rpm
Go to another mechanic! The mechanic you are using now isnt doing something right. The only way you should lose two clutch packs in 18,000 miles is if you are driving like on a nascar circuit! If you are driving normally, only something mechanically wrong can cause this.
YOUR WARRANTY SHOULD FIX IT. SHOULDNT HAVE TO FIX YOUR SELF.POSSIBLE CAUSE CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER FLUID LEVEL.IF LOW CHECK MASTER CYLINDER SLAVE CYLINDER LINES FOR LEAKS FIX AND BLEED CLUTCH HYDRALIC SYSTEM.IF CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER FLUID LEVEL OKAY.THE CLUTCH DRIVEN DISC PRESSURE PLATE NEED ADJUSTMENT.I WOULD LET YOUR FACTORY WARRANTY FIX IT.YOU SHOULDNT HAVE TO PAY ANYTHING.JUST MAKE SURE FLUID IN CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER NOT LOW WHEN YOU TAKE IT TO DEALERSHIP.IF THEY CHECK IT OUT FIND ANY KIND NEGLECT TO VECHICLE.THEY WILL NOT PAY.THEY WILL FIX BUT YOU WILL PAY OUT OF POCKET EXPENSE.
If for some reason the clutch was originally not installed properly, it could cause the clutch to go out a lot sooner than it should have. Do you ever smell a funny "clutch" smell when you drive the car or after you park it? Did anyone else drive the car besides you? Did you leave it anywhere for maintenance or service?