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Ok so i have a 2000 elantra and the clutch keeps slipping. the issue started after i got the car figured it needed a clutch so i had one put in. to my surprise i get a call saying that the clutch was brand new. told them to put it in anyway. about a month after the clutch was installed the issue returtned. tried another clutch thinking it was something with the kit .. so here i sit 2 clutches, and a slave cylinder later and i still have this slipping issue .. it seems to go away for a short time if i bleed it out but then it comes right back.. it will shift fine and runs great then it will start to slip under load.. anyone have this issue or can someone point me in a dirrection to go. thanks

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It might be the flywheel make sure there are no oil leaks and clutch isn't contaminated does the gearbox select gears ok when it starts to slip before you re-bleed it?

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  • dave Aug 12, 2012

    the original clutch that we took out was brand new with no signs of fluid .. it selects gears fine .. i would think that if it were fluid on the clutch or a flywheel issue that me bleeding the system would not help at all .. once i bleed the system it may be ok foe a few days or a week. thought maybe the master but i have no issues getting it into gear or shifting between gears

  • dave Aug 12, 2012

    flywheel was also new and no signs of hot spots or scoring

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