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It depends. There are many parts to a clutch.... (archive)

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Posted by Useless Message Poster on September 14, 2001 at 12:04:05:

In Reply to: To those who have had a clutch die on 'em..... posted by Scott Snider on September 14, 2001 at 11:56:09:

slave cylinder, throw out bearing, pressure plate, fork arm, pivit pin, pivit pin clip, friction disk and flywheel...it could be anything. There are two port holes in the trani tunnel so you can see par of all this. In my opinion 90K miles is all you can expect from a clutch on an M3, driven briskly. You probably need to take the trani out and check every thing out. Good time to by an aluminium flywheel and sport clutch!!


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