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Old 24th May 2017, 00:03   #106
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Sorry couldn't upload the pictures on time.
Requested the workshop to take pictures of the clutch but they were reluctant. The bill consists of 1st service consumables aswell.
The clutch is much lighter than what came from the company.I hope it remains the same.
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The bill consists of 1st service consumables aswell.
The clutch is much lighter than what came from the company.I hope it remains the same.
I find surprising that the Concentric Slave Cylinder was also changed. Was it faulty? In case the clutch failure was due to faulty CSC, then you were not supposed to pay anything for clutch related repair.

If CSC was OK, then it shouldn't have been replaced. Was it a kit part along with clutch?
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If CSC was OK, then it shouldn't have been replaced. Was it a kit part along with clutch?
I don't know sir. Maybe a senior bhpian can shed some light .
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I don't know sir. Maybe a senior bhpian can shed some light .
you need to question the above points to your service advisor. I am sure he'll not have a clear answer. These guys change parts even if they need not be changed, if they needs to be paid by customer. In case parts need to be replaced under warranty they try to minimize the number of replacement parts, as OEM will question like CID for every part replaced.

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