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I had a recall letter to replace the engine wiring harness, so whilst it was in Honda kindly performed a vehicle health check for me. Couple of things I was aware of: new rear brakes, brake fluid to be replaced but that was being left to a service. One thing which I didn't fully understand was contaminated clutch. Now they were only charging £45 to get it repaired (I say only, I've no idea if it's good or bad) but is it something I should leave until my service (end of may) or get it done ASAP? I don't think I fancy a new clutch just yet.
 

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If your clutch is contaminated it would be best to get it replaced, ask them what their process is in "repairing" it lol
 

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do they mean contaminated clutch fluid?
 

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See I reckon it's the fluid for £45. I think I was too busy eyeing up the Mugen outside instead of paying attention, but the report jut says contaminated. I've not noticed any clutch issue. Gonna give them a call see if they can elaborate on things. Wish I wasn't such an idiot.
 
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