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Andy B

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Pug 206 clutch
« on: 25 October 2015, 18:24:44 »

My daughter's boyfriend is currently being recovered back home with his broken Pug 206. the message so far is that the clutch auto adjuster is fubar'd. eBay has loads of cables for around 25/30 .... no idea what the dealers price would be.

Anyone have any experience of changing one? I've a feeling that this job will have my name on it in pencil  ;D ;D
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Re: Pug 206 clutch
« Reply #1 on: 25 October 2015, 18:34:18 »

replaced few of those not to bad job at all . just make sure you get one what was not open before,
as some people trigger adjustment  mechanism before fitting then send back to supplier as faulty

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Re: Pug 206 clutch
« Reply #2 on: 25 October 2015, 18:45:34 »

replaced few of those not to bad job at all . just make sure you get one what was not open before,
as some people trigger adjustment  mechanism before fitting then send back to supplier as faulty

Ah! Thanks for the heads up. It's purely guessing at the moment ....... just going off what the recovery bloke has said.

Couldn't be anything as bad as doing the pedal box on my daughter's Seciento
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