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Similar issue 06 Tiburon with about 50k miles, dealer told me the clutch was slipping as well, I'm still making 400 dollar a month payments on this car that I bought new in 06, and now I'm going to have to pay 2500 to get something fixed that is apparently flawed? Best warranty my ***.

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Man i jjust put a new clutch in my car...with labor cost and the clutch kit the cost was less than $1,000.

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Dear friend-the warrenty on a clutch is only 20 000 km,therefore you have to pay for the replacement,but 2500 dollars is a bit steep i suggest you get more quotes befor reparing.

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

  • dear friend-the warrenty on a clutch is 20 000

    km,therefor you have to pay for repairs,but i think 2500 dollars is expesive,rather get somemore quotes.

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