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Had my Clutch and flywheel replaced 1000m ago and since then it had been slightly juddering when pulling away if I don't put many revs on (i.e. gently pull away). The garage suggested I bed the clutch in for 1000m to see if it helps.

It doesn't seen to have made a difference, before I take it in does anyone have any idea why it would be.

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Can be warped pressure plate, dmf or friction plate.
Could be bad spec DMF
Could simply be down to the auto adjust mechanism not being reset properly when fitted.
So ive heard :rolleyes:
 

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Can be warped pressure plate, dmf or friction plate.
Could be bad spec DMF
Could simply be down to the auto adjust mechanism not being reset properly when fitted.
So ive heard :rolleyes:
+1 on the above


Ive just had new clutch fitted by Honda and absolutely no judder at all , something wrong mate
 

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from memory relic had to bed his first replacement clutch in a bit as well. you could try just a first and reverse on the drive repeatedly it will help

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Barely engage gear with a brand new 325.
took 50 miles or so to get some freedom in the clutch.
Never juddered though.
 

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It should have driven fine straight out of the box with it being a Honda one with everything replaced. Suspect they might have not torqued the PPlate so slight warping to the face.

When you take delivery of a brand new car the clutch doesn't judder for the 1st 1000 miles does it?
Take it back.
 
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