Re: [DML] Clutch Slipping
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Re: [DML] Clutch Slipping



The failure of the hydraulics results in not being able to disengage the 
clutch. A slipping clutch is occasionally down to a transmission oil 
leak, but far more likely to simply be a worn out clutch. Either way, 
the transmission has to come out.

Martin

cummil2dmc wrote:

>I took delivery of my Delorean today from the shipping company so this 
>is my first e-mail of probaly many,
>The clutch is slipping alot ,
>I know that it is hydraulic with no adjustment ?
>
>Should I look for a replacement ?
>
>Thanks
>








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