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  1. Hi, I have bought the new clutch and preparing for the job by reading all the forums, and watching all the youtube videos I can, as I live in rural France and once I start the job I'll be without transport till I finish the job. Do I need to pull the driveshafts out of the hubs to get the shafts out of the gearbox, or can I pull the driveshafts out of the gearbox without removing the shafts from the hubs, once I have undone the bottom ball joints? You help will be appreciated. Cheers Noel
  2. Hi there. The clutch on my 2009 C5 Tourer 98000 miles has started slipping when under pressure. I do have a warranty that covers the clutch but they are refusing to pay up saying it is wear and tear. Anyone any thoughts on the difficulty level for replacing it.
  3. Hello, I have a C3 II 2010 VTR+ with a 1.4 hdi engine. It has currently done 89k miles. It is starting to get a little bit of clutch slip, it was a learner car up until 50k so it's probably due for a clutch. I'm a fairly competent DIYer so i'd like do give it a go myself. Has anybody done one of these and have any tips? Many thanks Will
  4. I have a 2006 Aygo 1.0L petrol that had a new clutch last week. However, it developed an oil leak shortly thereafter. Just a few CCs a day. What concerns me is that it may be transmission oil which I can't easily top up. I want to go back to the garage, but I'd like an opinion on where the oil is coming from first - i.e. is it from a badly fitting/incorrectly installed seal during clutch installation or something else entirely. I have put up a picture here and would be very grateful for opinions. http://postimg.org/image/p8uvcplep/
  5. My pride and joy may have to be put off the road just for a clutch cable. gear changing is getting increasing more difficult. Has anyone a spare cable ??? the car is otherwise perfect . Runs as new. Any solutions to this problem which I'm told is common- Can the cable be shortened and does this solve the problem. Has anyone solved this? Its seems ridiculous to put a perfectly good car off the road for what seems such a basic problem. Does Citroen HQ ever involve themselves with these queries ? HELP !
  6. Hi all My first post here so hopefully someone can give some advice. I have a 2004 1.8 C5 and when pulling away the car feels like it is trying to stall almost like I am pulling away in 4th or 5th. The clutch does not seem to be slipping Thanks
  7. Hi all, Me again So anyway, I drove from London to Hastings without a problem. Stopped the car to unpack our camping gear then went out of town to pick up some shopping. Again everything was fine. Coming back from the shops along a winding country road, got lost and ended up in some vineyard going down hill. There was no way of me being able to turn the car round so I had to reverse back up the hill. Smoke started appearing from under the bonnet so I stopped the car and checked under it, there was a burning smell then it stopped smoking out so I continued along this bumpy country road and
  8. Hi, My C3 Pluriel (1.6, 2005) often takes a while to pick up when pulling away - so I put my foot down gently and there's a time lag of a second or so before it gets into geasr and pulls away. It's always been a bit like this but become worse recently. The Citroen garage have told me I need a new clutch anc clutch actuator (£588 and £1000 respectively). This is a scary bill for a car that's only done 17,000 miles, and I wonder if there might be any alternatives or adjustments that could be made? Or, if I just leave it, what are the risks? I'd appreciate any advice. Thanks, David
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