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Old 08-05-2022, 08:57 AM   #1
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Post Hyundai i10 2009 clutch change

I recently purchased a 2009 Hyundai I10 that had 68000 kilometres on it. The clutch pedal and changing into first, second, and reverse were difficult for me. I asked a mechanic about it, and he informed me that the clutch needed to be replaced. When I picked up the car from the mechanic, the gears and clutch pedal were incredibly smooth, so I instructed him to change the clutch. But after a few days, the clutch pedal became more difficult again, first gear was difficult but reverse was smoother. Has the mechanic duped me by not actually changing the clutch, I wondered? Did he reinstall the clutch disc after cleaning and lubricating it, or what?

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Old 08-05-2022, 01:52 PM   #2
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Re: Hyundai i10 2009 clutch change

You don't lubricate a clutch to make engagement smoother. It sounds like you are having hydraulic issue.
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