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Old 08-08-2011, 03:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My 2001 santa fe has recently had a new clutch fitted as the old one was slipping but, when towing our caravan at the weekend the clutch is playing up again but, this time the clutch is slipping at anything above 2500 rpm yet she is pulling fine below this rpm, can anyone give me any suggestions as this problem is starting to get expensive?
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Old 08-08-2011, 06:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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If it was my car, I'd make sure my clutch fluid reservior is well bled and clean. That means separating the fluid lines, cleaning the master and slave cylinders out, etc. Often the master cylinder will get gunked up and the clutch will not fully disengage, causing clutch slippage. Sounds like you burned it up, though. Or at least "glazed" the surfaces a little.
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Old 11-25-2012, 06:19 PM   #3 (permalink)
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If it was my car, I'd make sure my clutch fluid reservior is well bled and clean. That means separating the fluid lines, cleaning the master and slave cylinders out, etc. Often the master cylinder will get gunked up and the clutch will not fully disengage, causing clutch slippage. Sounds like you burned it up, though. Or at least "glazed" the surfaces a little.
jsinton ; I am a new owner of a 2002 Santa Fe 4 cyl that appears to have clutch gone . Reading your post I have a couple of questions . The master cylinder you mention - is that the one sitting on top of the casing that moves the leaver that is suppose to engage & disengage the clutch . And if so , how much travel should it have when you depress the clutch peddle
Also where is the slave cylinder you mention located ?
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Do you have a manual Trans, if not your describing hesitation not clutch. If auto, replace the filter. please post your rides specifics.
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Old 11-27-2012, 07:17 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Do you have a manual Trans, if not your describing hesitation not clutch. If auto, replace the filter. please post your rides specifics.
It is a manual 5 speed shift , 4 cyl

On another note - is the clutch kit's sold on E-Bay any good ?
When I get job done , do not wish to have to re do it . Is there any brand I should stay away from . Really needing advice before I waste hard got by money on this ride .
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