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wiffa
Hi just had new clutch fitted to 1.8 Mondeo. Problem is the dummys who fitted it neglected to fit the new concentric slave cylinder and refitted the old 1. Will this cause problems and do any of you think I may have the right to ask them to fit the new part at there expence as it was supplied to be fitted? Wiffa
stef123
[quote name='wiffa' date='14 March 2010 - 05:10 PM' timestamp='1268586024' post='71279']
Hi just had new clutch fitted to 1.8 Mondeo. Problem is the dummys who fitted it neglected to fit the new concentric slave cylinder and refitted the old 1. Will this cause problems and do any of you think I may have the right to ask them to fit the new part at there expence as it was supplied to be fitted? Wiffa
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was it part of the deal to fit a new one? its not a must to change it but it certainly makes sense to, especially as it could leak in the future.
chris bowman
the whole point of fitting a new one is that if the old one goes the labour bill is exactly the same as fitting the clutch thats why quite often both are done just in case. do a deal with the garage as long aas u own the car. if the slave goes they fit it for free. if it doesnt they return the slave and give u some money back!!


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