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My clutch needs replacing on my 2007 Grand Vitara after only 16000 miles. Suzuki Corp says if slave cylinder is the problem, it will be covered on warranty. I want this repair to be paid by Suzuki whatever the clutch problem because why in the world would a clutch go at 16000 miles? Normal is 60000-100000 miles. This seems to be a design or assembly issue. Feedback appreciated!

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A clutch I would think,is like brake pads or filters,they are not covered and are considered expendable.
The vehicle is 3 or 4 years old also.
I understand your issues, I would suggest you move on, and forget the Mfg or Dealer,they won't stop the world for you, or common sense.

Posted on Oct 03, 2010


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