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206 clutch slipping after i replaced it and gearbox

I have just replaced my gearbox and clutch yet my car is still slipping and i have replaced the clutch fork as we the car is starting 2 become a bit of a nightmare for me the garage said it was a faulty pressure plate but i don't no what to think

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    craig_rober2 Feb 01, 2012

    forgot 2 say it is only slipping in 1st gear

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    craig_rober2 Feb 01, 2012

    garage is saying **** pressure plate, but has had car for 5 weeks now will give him until tomorrow when new plate get's put in if still occurring tomorrow will give back 2 dealers 2 fix , all parts were new from peugeot bar the clutch kit that was bought in dingbro

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    Marvin Feb 01, 2012

    You replaced the transmission and did not replace the clutch pressure plate and disk??

  • craig_rober2
    craig_rober2 Feb 01, 2012

    i replaced every thing gearbox clutch kit and clutch fork got car out garage today but still has fault's will take back 2 peugeot see what they say

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I agree with other expert, the job wan't done right or poor quality parts were used or both. The transmission must come out and be gone through again CORRECTLY.

Posted on Feb 01, 2012

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It really sounds like the parts may have been inferior quality. It is their responsibility to save the parts to show you. How do you know they didn't just have it relined? If it has been relined and not new, what is too say they didn't get the height of the friction material right?! Let me know what they say.

Posted on Feb 01, 2012

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    You will not get a "slip" because of gearbow issues. However, if you did not change the pressure plate, go ahead and get that done. The job should be completed with all new parts (i.e. pressure plate, new throw out bearing, friction disc and new pilot bearing/bushing). I really hope this helps.

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SOURCE: my 405 diesel est gearbox

no you should not have to change the flywheel they were all the same - but as the cable and clutch fork operate differently you would be advised to check this

one anchors the cable outer and the inner cable moves the clutch fork
the other the inner cable is anchored and the outer sheath moves the clutch fork

also while you have it all off change the clutch thrust bearing
and be careful of the plastic speedo drive housed in the output of the diff it doesnt take much to break it (drive shaft going in at a slight angle)

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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SOURCE: honda civic 2004 gearbox problem 1and2 gear is

clutch,pressure plate and through out bearing all have to be replaced at the same time,always.If you still have the problem it's in your gear box.

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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