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Old 09-30-2009, 02:33 PM   #26
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when the cars cold.... it drives normal... for about 10 15 mins... then starts reving again..
yea that's your clutch. when the clutch is bad and it cools down it works better.

time for a new one
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Did you buy this car brand new? If you have then I'm surprised that your clutch still has some meat off it with Vancouver's driving condition
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Old 10-01-2009, 10:16 AM   #28
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its your clutch slipping.

time for a better aftermarket one!

do your research on which one to get.
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Old 10-01-2009, 03:29 PM   #29
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As everyone has said already, its most likely your clutch.

Take it to a shop to get a new one installed! If you don't know which one, then RS has many sponsors that can help you. You can take a look at the sponsors page.

I recommend mfrt. They are on Marine and Laurel in Vancouver. Ming and Percy (mechanics there) are really easy guys to talk to.
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Old 10-01-2009, 04:18 PM   #30
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whats the price difference if i got a after market clutch.... and would they have the clutch of hand?.. or would there take some time for it to be shipped in....? only reason why i havent gotten it fixed yet is that i dont have enough money saved to fix this week... gotta wait tell next week.... and would like any info i can get befor i have to see anyone... and thanks for everyone that posted...
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I love these threads.

OP gets his answer and acknowledges it.
Then 5-10 others jump in and say the same answer thats already been repeated. Just to sound smart.

PS: IT'S YOUR CLUTCH.

Call Lordco.
Get the price for an OEM clutch.
Call shops for the aftermarket clutch price.
Find a shop to do it. Decide on your own.

The clutch job could cost anywhere from $200 to $600. Or even more.
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I love these threads.
Then 5-10 others jump in and say the same answer thats already been repeated. Just to sound smart.
Hey SpuGen I'm really happy for you, I'm gonna let you finish but BD2002 had the best solution of this thread.

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Old 10-04-2009, 08:07 PM   #33
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I love these threads.

OP gets his answer and acknowledges it.
Then 5-10 others jump in and say the same answer thats already been repeated. Just to sound smart.

PS: IT'S YOUR CLUTCH.

Call Lordco.
Get the price for an OEM clutch.
Call shops for the aftermarket clutch price.
Find a shop to do it. Decide on your own.

The clutch job could cost anywhere from $200 to $600. Or even more.
lordco can quote you for performance clutches as well, we can also order it in for you.

if it isn't a stocking item at the performance warehouse, you'll have to wait 2-6 weeks for a back order.

but most popular applications should be a stocked item.
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Old 10-06-2009, 11:10 AM   #34
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haha i drove a 90 corolla with nothing ever changed on it and no problems,

...untill my friends put dents in it
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yeesh... couple places i called and went to were rude.... but yeah i found a pretty good shop... a friend requested... with best price he even helped me out by charging less for the labour... a good guy... at ARTS AUTO on Clark and Georgia... oh yeah... and its goin to cost over a 1000 bucks... apparently... my clutch is really expensive... called around its about 650ish just for the cheapest clutch i could find...
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just curious. how much mileage do u have?
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im at around 79k ish...
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Clutch, your clutch is not grabbing
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[QUOTE=J650ish just for the cheapest clutch i could find...[/QUOTE]

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You might want to get a lighter flywheel while your at it.
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rpms shooting up and no pull = no grab = no clutch ..gl with that..get a clutch u want now unless you just want oem
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You might want to get a lighter flywheel while your at it.
Umm...no. The car is likely for daily driving. A lighter flywheel will not solve his problem.
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^ Plus he's probably just daily driving it to and from work etc etc so an OEM spec clutch would be fine.
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Replace the flywheel and the cluch.
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Sheesh.... shits taking forever to be over with... the guy i brought it too is starting to look more shady.... raising the price he originally gave me... that i agreed too... and now again hes saying that it might cost around 1200ish bucks... really wishing I found a more reliable shop that I felt more comfortable with..... guess I'll learn from this....
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well all is done... drives good now... he took the price down a bit... all in all... just glad its done...
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