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Replace clutch and pressure plate, now with load she runs fine with out load the clutch starts to slipp.Please help!!

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You probably need to recheck the free travel adjustment on the the clutch control mechanism.

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I have a 2011 VW Caddy TSI with ongoing clutch replacement problems. Using SACHS Kit have only travelled 38k, clutch plate spring breaks. The previous replacement lasted just over a year.


the spring that you mention .I take it as the pressure or diaphragm spring that presses the pressure plate onto the clutch plate to jam it on the flywheel
It is a spring plate with numerous fingers running against the throw out bearing
They seldom break and for you to have such problems indicates that the clutch action release is excessive thereby bending the spring plate inside out
That can be from the throw out arm in the wrong place and making excessive travel or incorrect slave cylinder position pushing the arm too far out
for this type of pressure plate, the clutch action at the pressure plate requires a movement of around 1/4 " of the pressure plate to release the clutch plate for gear selection
I suspect that your movement will be exceeding 3/4" thereby over loading the spring action
That is the area I would be investigating
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2007 Citroen Xsara Picasso (petrol). Weird chirping/warbling sound from disengaged clutch.


indicates that the clutch throw out bearing is failing
it is just touching the pressure plate fingers and that is allowing it to spin haphazardly creating the sounds.
by applying slight pressure the bearing is made to run under load and so the noise stops
when driving in gear it is the same as idling where you hear the noise
the short fix is , transmission out and a new bearing fitted
the long fix is to replace the clutch plate and pressure plate as well as that saves the labour of having to do the job again in the future
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I have a Hyundai sonata 2006. Just recently I replaced the clutch plate & pressure plate. When I drive the gear slipps out while driving. What is the cause?


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Hopefully only your linkage, but may also be your throwout bearing going pain to change but with right tools couple hrs work might as well change clutch and pressure plate as well cause that\'s a usual if changing bearing or clutch pressure plate needs to come off. But as I said I\'d check linkage first. Hope this helps

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Clutch plate and pressure plate seem to be too weak to pull the car. Or one of the CV joints is detached from the gear box. To test the clutch plate, park the car on flat surface. Pull the hand brake up, start the car, depress the foot brake pedal, depress the clutch pedal, put the car in 1st gear, press the gas pedal and leave the clutch pedal at once, while keeping the brake pedal depressed.
Follow one of the two following statements:
1. Engine does not shut down and remain start. (Clutch plate, pressure plate and clutch bearing defective - Replace all as a set)
2. Engine shuts down. (Clutch system is OK and does not require any repair).

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I drive a 2004 Ford bantam. The clutch all of a sudden started shuddering. It was fine and the nxt moment it felt like the clutch pedal became 'sticky'. After that the clutch started shuddering. I...


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I have a manual transmission in my '04 Mustang. When I begin to depress the clutch, an odd grinding sound starts, not loud but enough to warrant concern. As I drive, the car sounds fine. Switching gears...


Worn throw out bearing, replace or the problem may damage other components. This requires dropping the entire transmission. this bearing sits between the clutch pressure plate and clutch slave assembly. When the clutch pedal is pressed, the bearing makes contact with the spinning clutch pressure plate. If defective, grinding/squealing noises may be heard. If the bearing fully fails, loose debris may damage other components. Replace immediately!!

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Hi there. Sounds like your clutch pressure plate has broken and whilst the clutch feels lighter, under load, especialy when the car is heavily loaded, I think that you will find the clutch will begin slipping. My advice is to have the clutch pressure plate replaced and at the same time replace the clutch plate and most likely the clutch release bearing too. You could keep running the car, but if the broken pressure plate part falls out, you could have an even more expensive repair. The quicker you have the clutch stripped down and repaired the better. Hope this helps. Scottech.

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