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So I got my car back finally from the dealer they fixed the 3rd-4th gear grind. But now my clutch pedal is softer, and I don't feel the hooking up on the clutch anymore. (which is bad cause now I tend to over rev) What should I do??
 

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haha, i had that same damned issue, give your clutch a few weeks, and it'll be gone like everything else
 

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Ok hope so! It's annoying! I keep over revving like crazy cause it don't have that grab feel anymore
 

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Ok hope so! It's annoying! I keep over revving like crazy cause it don't have that grab feel anymore
yeah, expect to shell out quite a bit for a replacement too! i forked over more than $500 CDN for a factory replacement, cause when i went looking for a race clutch for my car, it wasnt out yet :(
 

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Why? I found out it just needs to be rebled.
 

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maybe they didnt do it enough
 

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i call BS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

cause mine wasnt the lack of pumping, when i got my balt back, there was way more slip on it than normal, two weeks later, it totally gave out. when i got it taken apart, the disc was fried, like when they went to test drive it, they abused the clutch disc
 

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no infact the brakes are better than they used to be
 

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I brought the balt to the dealer hopefully they fix it
 

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Ok it was fixed! =)
 

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Your flywheel probably has surface rust on it, depending how long the car has been sitting for. "Over-revving" is not the clutch, it's the driver. Learn to drive.

When my car had bodywork done it was sitting for over a month, it took a few weeks of driving to get the clutch feel back to normal. I tried ripping on it from a stop, when I shifted to 2nd all I got was clutch slip. This was probably 20 miles after driving after it had been sitting for that long.

Now I can burn all 2nd, and bark 3rd. Just give it time.
 
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