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|16th March 2010, 10:33||#16|
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But i should say that my Dad's driving style also should have complimented this wear out.
|16th March 2010, 11:11||#17|
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The thing is I have never driven on the clutch. My car is self driven, I drive in Mumbai but hardly go main mumbai. My drives are 95% highway driving.
This clutch change issue is like a blow on my face. I feel I have been doing something wrong.
But thanks to you guys, I will take up this issue with the GM at service and speak about it.
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