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    High clutch biting point ?

    I think the biting point of my clutch seems a bit high. Does this mean its on the way out or can it be adjusted ?
    Astra Elite 2.0 CDTi

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    means its worn
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    I have read it may also mean that the hydraulic clutch slave cylinder is faulty. Worth reading up more on that before opting for an expensive new clutch.
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    Great. More expense. Thanks for the advice.
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