glenahan at vfemail.net
Wed Aug 29 14:22:30 PDT 2012
No adjustment, however it is a hydraulic clutch. You might first bleed the clutch and see if the feel changes.
Aside from that i would wait until you have concrete symptems. First, they generally get stiffer, as the spring fingers form a more acute angle.
Then they begin to slip under heavy load in hgih gears.
Unless you ride the clutch or feather it incessantly, these rarely go sicne the motor doesnt have enough power to hurt it!
On Aug 29, 2012, at 10:00 AM, Dan DiBiase wrote:
> Ok, so I had my brakes and rotors replaced last week. My friend that did it commented that it felt like the clutch was engaging
> 'high' so I am now paranoid that the clutch might be going. There is no slippage, and frankly, it doesn't really feel any different
> than it did before he made that comment! Is there any adjustment available? Besides slippage, what are the signs that the
> clutch is going? Car has 116k miles on it and the clutch is original.
> For those that work in/have a shop, what's the going rate for a clutch replacement?
> Dan D
> '04 A4 1.8Tq MT-6
> Central NJ USA
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