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Peugeot 206 NEW clutch pressure and clutch plates were replaced including the bearing. Clutch is making a rattling noise but not when pedal is down. Having difficulty getting into 1st and 2nd gears. Mechanic can't figure out why it is making a noise, what could it be?

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Its likley to be the clutch center plate cush springs are loos and the center plate is warped so wnen you try to get into gear the clutch is draging the gear box around,,,bipping the clutch stops the clutch spinning so no noise! all you can do is strip the lot down again and fine the fault and fix it

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

  • Kim Parker
    Kim Parker Jul 23, 2014

    had a new clutch plate fitted still have prob

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