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Clutch flywheel?


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Hi could this be my clutch flywheel on way out when dipping clutch getting a shhh noise and when am in gear decelerating am getting a rattle noise am also getting this noise when changing down gears and letting clutch out a doing get the rattle under acceleration but do get a similar shhh noise my clutch has got a pretty high bite point as far as a know is original clutch on 61k 05 car thanks for any advice and sorry about the bad description but am not clued up on cars 😂😂😂

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Standard clutches shouldn't make any noticeable noise but you'd probably get a bit of "rattle n shhhh" from a racing clutch .

If the clutch fluid is murky You could try dropping the old clutch fluid out and replacing it, as clutch fluid tends to get forgotten at service intervals and a freshen up can make a world of difference.

Fitting Clutches ain't too cheap on scoobies as the box has to be completely removed, flywheel skimmed and refitted with the new clutch . So if your not doing it yourself expect a £500 + bill if it completely goes .

If it's not broke .....upgrade it 😊

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Well took car in and not good needs drop links/front shocks/pads all around/maf sensor/rear discs/ clutch flywheel and my gearbox is getting reconditioned when it's out just to be on the safe side on top of that am going to need a service and might aswell throw a diff oil change in aswell what a nightmare 😂😂😂

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