Question about Rolls Royce Park Ward
Hi, when a judder appears on take of it usually means the splined shaft that the clutch plate fits on is dry or has some surface rust on it, if the car stands idle a lot of time this is probably your problem, on older cars there is sometimes a cut out in the bell housing where you can acces the thrust bearing, sometimes a small amount of lubricant can be applied directly to the centre of the shaft while somebody pumps the clutch pedal,and it may do the job, otherwise it is a gearbox out job and take it from there, hope this helps, if i can help any more do not hesitate to ask, thanks for using fixya
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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