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    Default Clutch Hardness in 2004 Diesel Corolla

    My 2004 Diesel corolla is almost 156000km driven.Now the clutch is hard but I guess there is no difference in pick of car...or may be I have not noticed it.Car's engine and rest of its condition is perfectly fine like new.

    What could be the reason for hard clutch?Is it the pressure plate or worn out Clutch disc?Or any of the two cylinders are causing hard clutch?I dont have the exact term in my mind right now to use for it but its hard to press.


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    it may be the pressure or clutch plates but you have to check the clutch cable first then do the rest
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    Pressure pump problem
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    your clutch is wearing out to its last point, when it does replace the friction plate and pressure plate, remember to use antisieze on the splines on which the clutch plate is mounted to otherwise it may chatter on release.

    You can try replacing the clutch fluid, its a simple system with a very short path. However I have seen a problem like yours in which the soft rubber pipe to the clutch has corroded internally causing a hard to press clutch.
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    156k KM Driven....
    When Was The Last Time Clutch Is Replaced ???
    TOYOTA Sprinter 86- AE80 DOHC 20v'D TOYOTA Corolla 98- AE101 4AFE 16v

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    @SER_GTR

    I bought this car zero meter in 2004 and since then its driven 156k km and the clutch is the same as it came from comapny.And its in its original condition totally.

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    Damn.........You Badly Need A Clutch ....Its Life Is OVER......!!!
    Simply Replaced The Clutch And Pressure Plate 1st.....As Xulfiqar Told Take Care Of The Fins......!!

    Make Sure You Get Hands On Genuine OEM Clutch As Market Is Flooded with Cheap After market Clutches Which Won't Last LONG....
    TOYOTA Sprinter 86- AE80 DOHC 20v'D TOYOTA Corolla 98- AE101 4AFE 16v

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