My clutch has done about 45000 miles and all of it urban driving - with the odd motorway trip - could anyone please tell me what to look for or what happens when the clutch is on its way out (before the slip begins)
I have over 120k of ( urbane ) urban driving up and am on original clutch. As MuppetMule says 'Very high biting point is an indication to the clutch wear' with mine the biting point is actually getting LOWER & LOWER. Only last weekend I adjusted the cable to raise the biting point a bit. I like to think that this is due to the cable shrinking ( but dont like to think that the cable might fail )
I have a replacement cable but just dont fancy fitting it as there seems to be a lot of plumbing in the way on the TDs - Also think I'm to old to work upside down at the pedals lmao
Anyone got an OLD GITS guide to replacing the clutch cable on a TD ?
I believe for safety reasons - so when transferring feet to and from pedals you can get foot stuck...
I try and keep mine as low as possible now - we used to drive at mates cars parked up - and brake last minute - all went well until a can of deodorant flew from underseat and lodged under brake pedal... luckily handbrake worked