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Hello and good afternoon our X Trail pulls away slowly. Theres no hunfff, if you now wht i mean. Its feels like theres now Turbo kickin in. Also when on the motorway the cr can seem flat, foot would be on the pedal to the floor and it just runns aroung 50-60mph, nothing else. Drop it dow a gear or two and there nothing really, no hunff,, Chee az Seany 2.2ltr Nissan Xtrail 2001- NOT PICK UP. THE CHOICE OFF MODEL NOT ON LIST milage 107000

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SOURCE: black smoke when accelerating and seems to be just underpowered

Have you changed the crancase breather situated at the rear of the engine by the air filter, cost is about £30 from Landrover, should be changed every 12000 miles, often lasts 60000 miles and then it shows a problem. If not changed the crancase will pressurise and you will get oil coming out of the engine all over the place and clouds of soke from exhaust.

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SOURCE: Clutch shudder and loose gears

It sounds to me like the clutch is slipping or it was not properly adjusted. I would take it back and tell them to take it out for a drive around the block. If they still refuse to do anything about it, take it to another garage and get their opinion. Better yet, get a written estimate. Then take it back to the garage that put the clutch in and tell them either fix the problem for free or you are going to take it elsewhere to get it fixed and sue them in small claims court. I do know that when i replaced my clutch, you need to have about a 100 mile break in. But still, the gears should not be loose and it should shudder. If anything, a new clutch will grab hard with very little play untill it is broke in.

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