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Where exactly,or roughly as far as you can tell - is the bite point when you feel the clutch coming in?
Hi..there thanks for your reply..
Usually the most common common signs of clutch wear is a very high bite point on the clutch pedal can too be sign the clutch friction plate is wearing as it has to travel further to reach the biting point - being a hydraulic clutch operation system there is no adjustment im afraid bar pedal height at the master cylinder push rod to pedal and that wouldnt solve the problem - as over all adjustment generally occurs as the clutch wears..so a good clutch would bite in the region of between the floor and mid way on the clutch pedal travel..if bite point is flat to floor then it possible you have drag on the clutch or its not clearing properly either a fault on the release system/hydraulic side either weak slave/master cylinder "prob try to bleed through again maybe and se if any improvement is felt"..or defective drive plate, buckled plate,weak pressure plate which releases the friction plate or seizure on spines/seized spigot bearing all of which would require inspection with the gearbox out im afraid..I do hope this helps..if you need to ask anything else or include anything further then just continue before you rate