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Deano64



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Well.. new clutch and its so much lighter and no sticking.
There was a slight leak from the slave , but it wasn't dripping - probably leaking enough to cause sticking. Also, the clutch housing cover ( or something ) was quite corroded, which wouldn't have helped . Feels like a new car now

Post #361878 12th Dec 2018 11:30 am
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Deano64



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United Kingdom 2014 Freelander 2 TD4 GS Manual Orkney Grey

Now got the double beep on unlocking!!! Back to the garage !

Post #361910 12th Dec 2018 10:06 pm
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Fletcher



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Original clutch 2.2 GS 2007 has covered 191,000 miles.

From around 70,000 miles if you are in 6th gear you can accelerate hard and cause clutch to slip - but if you drive sensibly there is no need to replace clutch

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Deano64



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I must have been unlucky, .
I'm convinced there is a slight sticking of the pedal again ?? New clutch, newish master cylinder ( 6 months) , advised that can't see anything wrong with the pedal ( by 2 independent LR speciailist garages) Will monitor and return to garage if it comes back !

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Deano64



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It’s going back.! Sticking again !!!

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grod



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Touching wood at 201000 kilometres. MY2011 TD4

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Dragore



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87940 and its beginning to slip a little at peak boost between 2000rpm and 2500rpm so gonna need a new one in awhile however time to engage driving miss daisy mode for a bit until I get closer to the first caravan jaunt away. Will change the whole lot when the gearbox is off clutch, dmf, oil seal and thrust bearing ect after looking at how to much of a pain in the posterior removing the gearbox is Shocked If your going through hell, keep going!

Wrapper of rear pillars 😀

Post #363530 11th Jan 2019 6:41 pm
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Deano64



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Apparently my pedal box is twisted. Wtf? Garage has never seen anything like it !

Post #363820 15th Jan 2019 6:55 pm
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dorsetfreelander



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Deano64 wrote:
Now got the double beep on unlocking!!! Back to the garage !


My 14 reg XS started doing this a few months ago, apparently there are two fixes. One is a software update and the other is to remove battery terminals and do a hard reset. I haven't done either yet. 3 x FL1 2 manual + 1 auto no real problems
FL2 S 08 reg 100k no problems
FL2 S 10 reg Gearbox, clutch, throttle body, drive shaft, steering reservoir
FL2 GS 60 reg xfer box, diff and wheel bearings
FL2 GS 11 reg gearbox ,hesitation, exhaust sensors, wiper stalk,
FL2 XS 14 reg SD4 Auto , door lock problem @ 29k

Post #363855 16th Jan 2019 9:49 am
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Deano64



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Garage disconnected battery (don't know whether they touched the terminals together), but its all OK now. Least of my worriies compared to a twisted pedal box. How can that happen. I've had it from new , never off road , mainly motorway miles
Should be picking it back up today with a new one hopefully.

Post #363858 16th Jan 2019 10:31 am
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Deano64



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Right ... got a new pedal fitted now, so my problems have been twofold ....slightly leaking slave cylinder, but more difficult to diagnose was a ‘twisted’ clutch pedal. . It was off centre / twisted and so on its return stroke it always located in an off centre position . This meant that often it caught on the main mounting stud for the pedal box to the car body / bulkhead. The main mounting stud couldn’t be moved any further . I’ve got the old pedal and now I know exactly what the garage were on about.
A very strange phenomenon, but that’s what the problem is likely to be if anybody else gets same symptoms. The new pedal now returns with a vengeance at the top fits travel ! The pedal body is solid cast plastic , so how that can twist is a mystery ,

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