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Probable clutch needed

My freelander td4 02 plate has been losing power, now wont move, is it the clutch?

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  • louisejones3 Feb 15, 2009

    Thanks, are they expensive to replace? Is it a garage job?

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If you put your car in 1'st gear, release the clutch pedal and nothing happens, absolutely the clutch is faulty.
Cheers

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

  • Armel Aubeelack
    Armel Aubeelack Feb 16, 2009

    Hi,

    It is definitely a garage job and probably you should ask around(friends,mates, families) which garage you can trust and send your car there. Concerning the price, it's hard to quote as I'm in New Zealand and I don't know what the rates are...

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