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Freelander 2 clutch slip

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by wattfield, Oct 13, 2021.

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  1. wattfield

    wattfield AKA Dirk Diggler

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    Is there any reason the clutch would slip apart from wear? I saw something about auto adjusters sticking on the piston heads site but can’t find it anywhere else. The clutch was new about this time last year.
     
  2. Henry_b

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    Oil contamination..

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  3. wattfield

    wattfield AKA Dirk Diggler

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    Could be. I’m hoping for a cheap suggestion!
     
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    The FL2 clutch is hydraulic, so is naturally self adjusting.
    If it's slipping, and only a year old, I'd be taking it back to whoever did the work.
     
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