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993 Transmission clunk?

993C2S

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Hi guys. Hope someone can advise on a potential problem? I recently took my manual 993 C2S into central London. Not a nice experience made a worse by an intermittent clunking noise coming from the transmission. This noise would only appear when the clutch had been depressed for say around 15 seconds at traffic lights - upon releasing the clutch I'd get a clunk. Having the clutch depressed for a shorter period of time didn't cause the problem. Clutch is otherwise operating fine - no slip, judder, and feels progressive and weighted normally. Any ideas what could be causing it?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 52006
 
I've read about this on other forums. It may be your clutch on its way out. Not sure, but worth getting checked.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 57251
 
Sure it's not the pedal sticking and then returning the final inch with a thump.

Mine did this until I cleaned and lubricated the pedal box.

Just a thought.


Migration info. Legacy thread was 57254
 
Think the 993 clutch is hydralic, so may be the cylinder, mine was replaced cos of something similar.

Daz

Migration info. Legacy thread was 57255
 
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Thanks

Daz


Migration info. Legacy thread was 57341
 
thanks will do . i already have a good customer base around west london

Migration info. Legacy thread was 57360
 
Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by backitoff on 05 May 2006

I've read about this on other forums. It may be your clutch on its way out. Not sure, but worth getting checked.
Thanks for this. I've spoken to Northway about it this week and they reckon it might be the dual mass flywheel on it's way out. It does it so rarely that I'll keep an eye (or ear) on it.

Thanks for the replies guys.


Migration info. Legacy thread was 57375
 

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