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Old 11th August 2009, 13:10   #16
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Dont worry too much, that would be your clutch overworking. Can happen sometimes under heavy load or if one accidentally slipped the clutch to help the engine gather the rpm.

Or it can be as simple as new parts, paints of the car emitting smell due to excessive heat from the engine bay. Long drive + climb.

As long as the car is performing well, dont bother too much.

As much as possible try to maintain momentum and lower gears, before approaching steep climbs in order to avoid any stalling, gear changes etc in the middle.
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Originally Posted by Ravveendrra View Post
Make sure that your handbrake (parking brake) is fully disengaged.

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Hi Ravveendrra, I did check if that was the issue but the handbrake was fully disengaged.

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