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Sparty
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Sparty Mar 29, 12:46am - #137922 

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clutch question...

ok, for the last couple of month ive been burning more clutch...i never thought it'd be so expensive to change it... anywayz, it looks like im gonna have to change it really soon... whats ur advise on that?
basically, would i have to change the whole thing? (disk and smth. else) ?
whats the cheapest way to do this? (buy it somewhere else and let someone istall it or what?
thanks for ur replies.
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5280vvti
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5280vvti Mar 29, 12:48am - #137923 

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Personally I would just go ahead change the whole thing at one time and be done with it. If you know what you are doing then change it yourself but a dealer will probably charge you about $300 for the install.
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westbury Mar 29, 2:34am - #137924 

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900 the dealer charges 80 an hour
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Sparty
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Sparty Mar 29, 6:59am - #137925 

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would it be covered under extended drivetrain warranty?
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spaztikid
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spaztikid Mar 29, 7:02am - #137926 
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Originally Posted by Sparty
would it be covered under extended drivetrain warranty?


should be.
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Speed4TheNeed Mar 29, 12:21pm - #137927 

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Originally Posted by spaztikid
Originally Posted by Sparty
would it be covered under extended drivetrain warranty?


should be.


not sure. clutch wear is part of 'normal wear and tear' and therefore it's not defective and may not be replaced.
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Speed4TheNeed Mar 29, 12:22pm - #137928 

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Originally Posted by 5280vvti

Personally I would just go ahead change the whole thing at one time and be done with it. If you know what you are doing then change it yourself but a dealer will probably charge you about $300 for the install.


ditto. change it all at once. it's more expensive shortrun, but cheaper long run. thumbsup
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5280vvti
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5280vvti Mar 29, 3:21pm - #137929 

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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
Originally Posted by spaztikid
Originally Posted by Sparty
would it be covered under extended drivetrain warranty?


should be.


not sure. clutch wear is part of 'normal wear and tear' and therefore it's not defective and may not be replaced.


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KULOD Mar 29, 3:24pm - #137930 

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Originally Posted by Sparty
would it be covered under extended drivetrain warranty?


NOOOPPPEEE...i brought mine because it slipping too...and they said its a wearable item like brakes and not covered... cry
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coyote0106 Mar 29, 4:47pm - #137931 

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I replaced my clutch in my 00 GTS. It cost me $530 or so for labor alone. The shop put it in without problem, except for finding bearings that fit.
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SatinSilverGTS Mar 29, 4:56pm - #137932 

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Ditto ..Had mine done at the dealership and it cost me $500.But Performance Shop's here would of done it for $300.

Remeber this when trying to out run the Police "There Isnt a car on earth that can out run the ole Motorola!"
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