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I've had my car for a few days now, when test driving it seemed fine, when selecting first-gear and getting to my biting point the car seems to shudder and vibrate. And when selecting the gears the car always makes and jerking action, could this be the clutch going?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will not gain anything from "double clutching", The thrust bearing is not fully seated. Normal wear would indicate a high catch point on your pedal. Check the fluid level for the clutch cylinder, check the reservoir cap, look for any moisture under the cap. If it has gotten below the add mark, you may have air, any moisture, flush, refill and bleed. Any of these would create a low pedal...Lube your clutch linkage.
Tip: you can purchase and install aftermarket lubrication kits for
the thrust bearing that will help clutch operations and extend life...
MG's ...keep um on the road!
Good Luck....i hope this helps
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: Clutch shudder and loose gears
It sounds to me like the clutch is slipping or it was not properly adjusted. I would take it back and tell them to take it out for a drive around the block. If they still refuse to do anything about it, take it to another garage and get their opinion. Better yet, get a written estimate. Then take it back to the garage that put the clutch in and tell them either fix the problem for free or you are going to take it elsewhere to get it fixed and sue them in small claims court. I do know that when i replaced my clutch, you need to have about a 100 mile break in. But still, the gears should not be loose and it should shudder. If anything, a new clutch will grab hard with very little play untill it is broke in.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
SOURCE: Jerks going into 3rd Gear
You the beginnings of what is known as the reverse slam. If caught early enough it is fixable. However, most times a rebuilt valve body is in order. I do it for around $200. For the record any late 1992-2002 valve body will work, those are the type II. Type I won't work and is 1992-early 1992 years.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
You don't need to change your clutch!
All you need to do is replace a simple shaft which can be done by any mechanic!
Cost you much less!
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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