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Old 11-08-2012, 02:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy Gv2000 clutch problems

Hi I have a GV2000 on a 99 plate, just had a new clutch fitted along with the release arm and crankshaft seal, when I got it back it now judders when pulling away and there is a small amount of gear oil leaking from it, any idears as what is causing this
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I assume that the gear oil leak (from a probable front trans seal problem) has contaminated the clutch friction surfaces and is causing the chatter.

Time to take the vehicle back to whomever attempted the clutch change-out.
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the garage have just bought it back and the leak is from the transfer box on the front prop shaft the they recon the judder is due to one of the needle coil packs breaking down
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I wonder what a needle coil pack is?

Don't you find it strange that the needle coil pack (whatever it is) wasn't causing a judder before the clutch was changed? Or that this needle coil pack only breaks down when you're pulling away?

I'm guessing here - but - if they're calling the ignition coils needle coil packs, then, they're BSing you, an ignition coil breaking down won't cause a judder only at move off - on the other hand, a defective clutch will, and it's possible that they did not machine the surface of the flywheel when they did the clutch job - it's not always necessary, but it's usually a good idea.
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