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Clutch pedal return too high

Clutch pedal retuns to high

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Freelander 1.8 clutch pedal height is set by the master cyl piston ram.
Circlip has broken or come lose allowing the piston to come out more.
FIX This is a sealed system. Cost from about £45.for system. Can be changed easly at the roadside 30 min no special tools needed

Posted on Mar 15, 2016

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