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    Default My corolla 9th gen giving jerks while moving

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    I have corolla 2007 xli
    When i start it put in gear and release the clutch from 0 to 10 or 12kmph speed car jerks its not like rpm flactuate or what.
    I asked my driver he said sahb pressure plate purani hogyi hy
    Don't know what is pressure plat
    My car is petrol driven and 90k on odo
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    to test clutch pressure plate, when you are driving press the accelerator like you're at 60km/h 4th gear and accelerate and see that if rpm and speed both increase or only rpm increases then your clutch is fried. Btw what is mileage of car and last when replaced clutch pressure plates?

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    only experts can tell what the problem is, clutch plate and pressure plate fry too early when one drives the car and habitually presses half clutch to rest his foot all the time.

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    When did you change transmission oil. 90K is nothing for a Corolla's clutch and transmission.
    Be polite on the road. Always give way to others, particularly ambulances and pedestrians.

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    Recently did 80k checkup from 3s and paid 40k
    Hope they have changed transmission oil
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedraja1996 View Post
    to test clutch pressure plate, when you are driving press the accelerator like you're at 60km/h 4th gear and accelerate and see that if rpm and speed both increase or only rpm increases then your clutch is fried. Btw what is mileage of car and last when replaced clutch pressure plates?
    Mileage is 90k just and petrol driven
    Its in stock cond never changed anything
    Btw its perfectly fine rpm doesnt increase like u said
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    How to check hows the transmission oil
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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLTAHIR View Post
    Recently did 80k checkup from 3s and paid 40k
    Hope they have changed transmission oil
    Take it back to them and ask them to check again as problem cropped up after your check up
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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    Take it back to them and ask them to check again as problem cropped up after your check up
    Yes it was never before
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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    When did you change transmission oil. 90K is nothing for a Corolla's clutch and transmission.
    90K is nothing then i guess he should replace at 200k? What seriously? bro these clutch don't last so long although tranny does but clutch needs replacement maximum at 90k and that too of toyota or honda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedraja1996 View Post
    90K is nothing then i guess he should replace at 200k? What seriously? bro these clutch don't last so long although tranny does but clutch needs replacement maximum at 90k and that too of toyota or honda.
    Hosla meray bhai. I have kept Corolla for 10 years drove 134,000 kms and changed transmission oil and all other fluids after every 40,000 kms. It's clutch is not that flimsy to go out of order in just 90 k kms unless brutally abused.
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    please check the service manual what does it say about clutch replacement, if it was due the 3s would have been the first to point it out in my opinion as why would they waste a valid opportunity to make money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLTAHIR View Post
    Recently did 80k checkup from 3s and paid 40k
    Hope they have changed transmission oil
    Transmission oil is changed after every 40k km manual tranny Toyota gl4 mostly 75W80-90

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    please check the receipt you got, the transmission oil has to be changed at 40k in Suzuki cars not sure about rollas, if that is not changed then you will have transmission related problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedraja1996 View Post
    90K is nothing then i guess he should replace at 200k? What seriously? bro these clutch don't last so long although tranny does but clutch needs replacement maximum at 90k and that too of toyota or honda.
    So what should i consider to change?
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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    Hosla meray bhai. I have kept Corolla for 10 years drove 134,000 kms and changed transmission oil and all other fluids after every 40,000 kms. It's clutch is not that flimsy to go out of order in just 90 k kms unless brutally abused.
    Nice! then my piece of advice that if you keep that car then don't change the clutch before 200k because corolla clutch is built solid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedraja1996 View Post
    Nice! then my piece of advice that if you keep that car then don't change the clutch before 200k because corolla clutch is built solid.
    Na my car is not abused its well maintained
    So i will check the gear oil
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    your driver is right
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