2004 Elantra GT - New Clutch..

Discussion in 'Hyundai Elantra / Lantra' started by Pete & Cindy, Oct 28, 2004.

  1. Pete & Cindy

    Pete & Cindy Guest

    Brought my car in today cause the clutch pedal was falling funny, like it
    would grab then nothing then grab again on letting it out.. they tell me
    new clutch.. throughout bearing, pressure plate and flywheel.. thank good
    for the warranty.. only as 12,000 kilometers on it..

    Pete & Cindy, Oct 28, 2004
  2. Do you abuse your clutch or something? This isn't a common problem.
    Brian Nystrom, Oct 30, 2004
  3. Pete & Cindy

    Pete & Cindy Guest

    Nope.. they said the throughout bearing was bent.. so they are replacing the
    whole thing.....

    Pete & Cindy, Oct 31, 2004
  4. Pete & Cindy

    steve mercer Guest

    Hey mine is a 2003 --clutch almost gone at 26000, driven other standards
    before with no problem---any one else have problem?
    steve mercer, Nov 11, 2004
  5. Pete & Cindy

    Pete & Cindy Guest

    mine was a bent throughout bearing.... thats why they had to replace it..
    was no wear at all. just bent...

    Pete & Cindy, Nov 11, 2004
  6. Pete & Cindy

    AllenK Guest

    My Elantra GT has 26,000 miles and the clutch just broke too. The
    dealer won't cover it and I'm going crazy trying to make them. My
    story sounds exactly like yours. Any luck with yours?

    AllenK, Dec 5, 2004
  7. Pete & Cindy

    Pete & Cindy Guest

    They replaced it under warranty... no cost to me at all then two weeks
    later rebuilt my trans. also underwarranty....

    Pete & Cindy, Dec 5, 2004
  8. What does "broke" mean? Is it worn out? Did the hydraulic actuation
    system fail? Did the pedal snap off? "Broke" is essentially meaningless
    when you're trying to determine the cause/source of a problem and
    particularly when you're trying to determine whether it should be
    covered under warranty.

    Do you slip the clutch when waiting at stoplights on an incline? If so,
    that's definitely abuse and it shouldn't be covered.
    Brian Nystrom, Dec 6, 2004
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