Faulty Clutch

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petethepond
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Faulty Clutch

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Well folk's I just reread my post from a wile ago and realised how long its been......December 17..........wow !

Finally (last couple of weeks) Just getting round to trying to sort out the broken clutch(in fits and starts) and i have removed all of the bolts i thought i needed to, having had to remove far more ancillary parts to get access than the You-Tube Video intimated, but there seems to be one bolt left ?

Its right beside the aluminium heat shield on what i take is the is the catalytic converter and under the oil exchange unit thing that the oil filter housing is mounted, so how on earth do i get at that one.

Managed to get a 13mm open ended spanner on it only to have it break (one of the jaws fell off.

getting to the point of ringing the scrap man to put "ME" out of my misery.

HELP :hyper:
06 plate 1.6 Diesel Allure HDI

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Re: Faulty Clutch

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If it's the one at the back near the drive shaft, I use socket set + extensions and a U/J
Cheers Col.


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Re: Faulty Clutch

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No, its right at the front behind the radiator and next to the catalytic converter
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