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    MK4 Clutch question

    Hi all, the clutch in my astra makes a creaking noise when it is moved very slowly as if something needs oiled. Just wondering is it anything to be alarmed about? Only started happening recently.
    Was wondering also, is my clutch hydraulic or otherwise?

    Vauxhall Astra MK4
    1.7DTI
    Year 2000

    Cheers!

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    Any help would be much appreciated,
    Thanks!

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    i'm taking a stab at the release bearing, mine does it, my last astra did it, my mates astra does it lol.

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    Aye I think it needs a new clutch. It also makes another noise right on the bite like a grinding noise

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    i'd get it checked out first mate, the release bearing is a common problem on the astra, it doesnt affect the running of the car its just a gay noise lol

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    hi mate the clutch is hydraulic, i just had a new clutch and slave cylinder fitted and that cost me £320 .. so shouldn't be that bad for a new clutch if u needed one.
    necessity is the mother of invention

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