Question about 2004 Volkswagen Passat
Aside from a bad plate, there are a couple things that will make a clutch slip. The primary one is overheated springs. When you replaced the clutch, was it just the disk or the whole disk/pressure plate assembly?
The second common reason is a clutch that is adjusted too tight. If the clutch is engaging near the beginning of the pedal stroke, it will get tighter at speed and start to slip. These days it's less of a problem as most clutches are hydraulic. Does either of these make sense for your car? If not, I'm stumped.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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