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clutch replacement

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by b2nrc, Mar 3, 2018.

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  1. b2nrc

    b2nrc Member

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    hi

    any idea how long it takes to change the clurchnon a 2005 td4

    thanks

    neil
     
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    guineafowl21 Well-Known Member

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    It took me about 9 hours, working at a leisurely pace, on my own with no lift.

    I think the garage book time is something like 5 hours.
     
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    If your car is like my car. Give yourself a whole weekend to start the job then give yourself the next weekend to finish the job and another weekend to mop up all the F***ups :confused:
     
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    ok thanks for this looks like I got a job to do then

    neil
     
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    has anyone changed the dual mass flywheel to a solid flywheel

    thanks
     
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    A few have. It makes the idle feel slightly different, a bit rougher by all accounts. Once the engine is above idle, it'll smooth down to feel normal.
     
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    ok thanks I put a dual mass in instead
     
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