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My clutch fork bent and I'm trying to find out why. My Slave was replaced about 11 months ago and I had the clutch fixed the year before. Did my driving bend it or did the shop that fixed it do someth

My clutch fork bent and I'm trying to find out why. My Slave was replaced about 11 months ago and I had the clutch fixed the year before. Did my driving bend it or did the shop that fixed it do something wrong?

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You will have to figure that one out yourself because only you or the mechanic that fixed it can answer that one

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SOURCE: Clutch fried on 2007 Hyundai Tuscon

Yes they are related. I had the same thing happened to me the forks got bend so I had to replace the whole clutch system, clutch cover where the forks are at and the clutch itself. When they replace the clutch plate they should also replace the clutch cover or vice versa. I don't think it's you it's probably just the car. I suggest you have the clutch plate and clutch cover replaced.

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