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    salaam guys,

    i have honda city MT 2010, 50,000KM. i am facing clutch issue. when i run car from 1st gear and take some turn, car shakes a lot untill whole clutch released or i again press the clutch till floor and then release.


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    do u drive with ur foot on rest on the clutch
    50,000km is to less to ruin the clutch actually
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    i put my foot on foot rest, never place my foot on clutch

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    check the mounts. if they are fine,
    u might have to get the gear down and check the pressure plate
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    its not happening all the time. specially on turns only or on very low speed shifting to 1st from second gear before releasing whole clutch.

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    This a clutch slippage problem,specially on load,it could be because of uneven wear of clutch plate / uneven surface of fly wheel or pressure plate / loose fingers of pressure plate.
    Never loose hope in life,every step gives u something.

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    I am facing a clutch problem in my Honda City (model 2007). When I press the clutch paddle a chirpping sound is heard. But when clutch paddle come to normal position the soung vanishs. Apart from that no any other problem like sliipage or any other. No effect on rpm. Everything is all right. can any body tell me whats the problem and it could be reparuies urghently or can be delayed??/

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