Clutch Going ?
laraa at sympatico.ca
Thu Aug 30 07:38:48 PDT 2012
Or you can do a little preventive maintenance now, have it replaced, and restore confidence and driving pleasure. Will be a heavy
bill, but if you plan to keep the car for a few more years, you'll do the driving on the new clutch, not the next owner...
I've owned the car from new and this isn't my first manual, so.... Although the car does get driven 75% in-town, so lots of
So it sounds like I don't really need to worry about it until I get some slippage. So I will continue to worry about it ;-) but keep
driving it until I need to replace it.
'04 A4 1.8Tq MT-6
Central NJ USA
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