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    Default How to adjust clutch

    Hey all!

    I was wondering if it is possible for me to adjust the clutch a bit on my Astra? It doesn't respond until it's gotten rather high up in my opinion so I wanted to adjust it.

    I have what I believe to be a 2007 Vauxhall Astra VXR, around here it's called an Opel Astra OPC.
    I used the search function but didn't seem to find exactly what I was looking for.

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    From memory I'm sure they are self adjusting?

    Astra

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    The clutch is hydraulic, there is no adjustment


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    Maybe it's worn?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlmu View Post
    The clutch is hydraulic, there is no adjustment


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    Aw man in that case do I have any options? It really does feel quite high and i hate using it when stopped in hills and stuff..

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    Maybe just have to adjust to it mate. You'll get there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerline View Post
    Aw man in that case do I have any options? It really does feel quite high and i hate using it when stopped in hills and stuff..

    Buying a new one to replace a worn one is your only choice really

    Astra

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    Sounds knackered. Similar to my Type R when I bought it. There is adjustment on those but I went for a replacement and it was all good.

    Make sure it you are going to replace it you budget for a new Dual Mass Flywheel too. If you have just the clutch done you'll kick yourself at a later date if the Flywheel decides to fall to bits


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    Right then, seems my options are to either work with it the way it is or buy a replacement, guess i'll check prices and then make a decision, i appreciate all the fast responses everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerline View Post
    Right then, seems my options are to either work with it the way it is or buy a replacement, guess i'll check prices and then make a decision, i appreciate all the fast responses everyone!

    Best of luck with it

    Astra

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