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Old 7th May 2008, 14:12   #1
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My good old zen which is a mpfi 2004 LX version has its Clutch almost dead so need to change it ASAP.

Total mileage in 3.5 yrs is 49.5K.

i was ignoring this since last 2 months but now got some free time coming weekend and would love to get it serviced and Clutch Assembly replaced.

As this car is out of warranty and i dont trust MASS much(cost & reliability)so i have to take it to my local mechanic for all this.

i just wanted to know which Clutch Assembly is being used in Maruti Zen and from where i can buy it in delhi.

If there are more than 1 brands please help me choose the better one and their respective costs please.

If there is any upgrade is recomended then i wont mind that too.

This will be the ist part change for this car.

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Why dont you trust any of the MASS? I think the price difference will not be much, I feel that it will be better if you get it done at MASS than your local mechanic.
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Sunny - I think getting a stock MGP clutch would be the bet for your car.
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thanks ishaan,gopz

will get it done from MASS or if the labour charges are hugely different then would buy from MASS and get it done from my local mechanic
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Sunny - I think getting a stock MGP clutch would be the bet for your car.
. The MGP clutch bears the "Ceekay" brand name.

@ Sunny - My local mechanic changed the clutch plates and cylinder assembly. Worked out a lot cheaper than MASS. Cost me around 5k for parts and labor for my esteem including other minor tuning jobs.

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I think you get Valeo's and Ceekay's for the zen. Both are equally good. Adi, last I remember RNS charged 6k for a clutch overhaul for a baleno.
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Thanks folks

I found a distributor of CeeKay-Daikin in Kashmere Gate Delhi.and he has quoted 1300 Rs for the same.

Couldn't find anyone selling Valeo in Delhi.

and though its a non priority car for me so Ceekay would do the job i presume.
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