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Old 3rd-July-2008, 19:30
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HiYa

Can you give me an average price for getting a new clutch fitted .Have been told i need one and its not a job i want to do so come on and give me some idea of what i should expect to pay.

freelander.1.8 petrol 1999

thanks

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Old 3rd-July-2008, 20:12
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having mine done next week on a 2001 td4 cost 430.00 inc vat.
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Old 5th-July-2008, 08:39
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Parts alone are around 100 Euros, you could attempt your self, engine can be removed from the top with a portable hoist (hire for weekend at around 30 Euros)
It is a straight forward job, you will need some coolant and WD40 (for cleaning out the clutch selector arm bottom roller point)
Allow yourself two days (one day for removal and the other for refit)

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Old 5th-July-2008, 11:01
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If your taking the 1.8 engine out you best check my thread 'Freelander clutch options', I can not post link via phone, have a look at my threads, Click on my username to view my threads.
good luck
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Old 5th-July-2008, 16:54
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Land Rover main dealer - 700-800
Independent Land Rover Specialist - 300-400
Well equipped DIY - 75 but another 500 quid for the swear box!

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Old 7th-July-2008, 15:12
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Just had mine done and a new flywheel fitted. 987 inc.
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Old 7th-July-2008, 23:36
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I can do it for 250 on a 1.8. 350 for a Td4, you supply the bits.

No need to take the engine out, the gearbox is far easier to remove.

I did brianash's clutch for him.

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Old 8th-July-2008, 11:43
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I had a new clutch for around 280 could this be for the seals only?
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Old 8th-July-2008, 23:33
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If you are removing driveshafts, IRD, gearbox then all seals should be replaced. They start at a couple of for the IRD/gearbox O-Ring (TYX 100490) to 20 each for the driveshaft seals. Any mechanic who doesnt change them is a cowboy.
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Old 9th-July-2008, 17:56
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Hiya

thanks
For all the info its all a great help.

ken
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