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it is the slave cylinder, just fixed that problem

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is it hydraulic.? or cable.. the clutch , if it is cable replace it

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SOURCE: hi guys, have citroen relay '08' plate 2.2 hdi. is the clutch hydrolic or cable? also struggling to get reverse gear, all others no problem at all. any ideas?

It is hydraulic. Are you engaging 2nd gear prior to reverse to slow gear motion and ease reverse effort? Is the engine idle speed with specs?

Posted on Sep 18, 2012

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