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|28th November 2009, 07:58||#1|
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Clutch vibration in new i10
Took delivery of a new i10 magna yesterday for the wife. While driving home, I felt that there was some significant vibration coming from the clutch during driving. The vibration was there after every gear change and after the clutch was completely released. That is.. say I would be driving and if I touched the clutch with my foot it would be vibrating. Pressing the clutch down ever so slightly.. (maybe 1/2 cm) would stop the vibration.
Does anyone know what the problem is? Should I take it in to get checked? Awfully annoying to have a problem in a new car!
Thanks in advance!
|1st December 2009, 16:58||#2|
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Do get you car checked ASAP. Unless you were under-revving, I don't expect any noticeable vibrations on the clutch pedal
|1st December 2009, 17:03||#3|
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This might be due to the nuts getting loosened. take to the A.S.S and they will tighten it and it will be fine. IMO the nut and bolt which holds the clutch pedal is lose
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