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    clutch biting point keeps moving?

    right my biting point is usually near the top, but it keeps moving near the bottom and sometimes wont go in gear, there's no loss of fluid and ive bled it and there appeared to be no air in the system, any idea's please, it a 2000 1.6 astra g

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    Maybe you have a dodgy leg that keeps getting shorter/longer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nry View Post
    Maybe you have a dodgy leg that keeps getting shorter/longer?
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    i would have said air in it but if not I wouldnt know

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    must be air in the system if the biting point keeps moving around

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    does it move from bieng high to low and then back again or does it move from high to low until you have a fiddle around with it???

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    its usually high, then it sometimes goes really low, after a couple of gear changes its back up high again for a while

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    I had a similar problem and it turned out to be a knackered clutch release bearing.
    no comment

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    is it hydraulic or manul?

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    if its hydraulic, its goin 2 b the clutch slave cylinder

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    right, looks like a new clutch kit then, thanks for help!!

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