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Hi, i own a 2001 Hyundai Accent has run only 38000 kms. Recently replaced my Clutch set and after two months i find that the pick-up is very low and while the RPM raises but pick-up takes its time. What could be the reason for the same.

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By clutch set i'm assuming you mean the mechanical units(pressure plate, clutch plate and thrust bearing) not hydraulic? (clutch master and slave). Sounds like your clutch is slipping. Worn clutch plate would be the most obvious cause of the problem but it could be a faulty pressure plate or even clutch fork.Was your flywheel skimmed/machined to match your new clutch units? If not then it should be. Were the parts that were fitted genuine hyundai parts? If not then failure of the new units is also a possibility.

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