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Hey ill push the clutch pedal in then it will make a snap noise then i wont have any clutch then when it comes back it clicks theres a new clutch on it hasent been used in 7 years

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  • bm21a Oct 09, 2010

    cals ill look into it but how can ya bleed the clutch on this thing

  • bm21a Oct 10, 2010

    ill step on clutch easy it will go in but if i hit it normally it will snap but when it comes almost back say 10 mm from it being fully depressed you can hear a clicking noise any ideas? thanks

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I think either your clutch cable is seized and needs lubricating , or the pressure plate teeth on clutch plate housing have broken , maybe from sitting for so long or improper fitting years ago , maybe also your clutch plate is siezed against clutch plate disc . but i think one of the first 2 suggestions most likely..

i have seen cases where even after new clutch plate teeth have been broken from un correct adjustment of clutch pedal and cable when fitted , but i think you wont have much luck getting warranty after all that time !

i hope for you replacement of cable is answer .. good luck

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  • bm21a Oct 10, 2010

    ill step on clutch easy it will go in but if i hit it normally it will snap but when it comes almost back say 10 mm from it being fully depressed you can hear a clicking noise any ideas?
    thanks

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