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When clutch peddle is pushed to the floor it feels like the release bearing is hitting something.

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Hi! The release bearing maybe worn thats why it creates a noise, you will need to replace this. Please do check the clutch lining and pressure plate too if they are still on good condition. You may want to replace the clutch lining and pressure plate for better performance. HOpe this helps and have a good one!

Posted on May 28, 2010

  • bledsoet001 May 28, 2010

    The clutch release bearing, plate and lining was changed approximately 1 month ago. The clutch is hydraulic and pulls the release bearing away from the flywheel instead of pushing it. This started approximately i day ago.

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