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Old 17-01-2018   #1
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Clutch type

Hi I have a 2005 fiat doblo diesel
And the clutch is on its way out now I know itís NOT a dual mass type
But I have been told there are 2 different types
Is this true ?
And how do you know without taking gearbox out first ?

The reason I ask I am in spain and want to order from uk

Thanks in advance
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Re: Clutch type

Wow
All you nice people and no one can help / advice me ?
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Re: Clutch type

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Wow
All you nice people and no one can help / advice me ?
hi you say you don't have a dual mass flywheel , how do you know?
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Re: Clutch type

I've only seen the two clutch types on dual mass flywheels.
The flywheel and clutch must both be from the same manufacturer.
ie valeo clutch must only be fitted to valeo dual mass flywheel.
Sachs clutch must be fitted to Sachs dual mass flywheel.
The only way to tell what is fitted is take it apart and look.

The other option is order a clutch and flywheel from same manufacturer.
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Re: Clutch type

Did you have a look at ePER on top of this page?


www.mister-auto.co.uk for the clutch
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