307 clutch - adjustable?
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    Default 307 clutch - adjustable?

    Afternoon!
    Peugeot 307 6MT - is the clutch adjustable?
    Feels like my clutch is catching a bit too late?
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    AP

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    compare it to another car the same - I reckon they all bite too high up.

    Mine has been like that from new. I asked service dept who said they are all like that.

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    As clutches wear out the take up point moves gradually further from the floor. Not sure what causes this but it is significant enough that an experienced (and clued up) mechanic can predict the likely demise from the feel of the pedal. I have just replaced the clutch in our 2004 T5 (at 170,000 with the diaphragm fingers almost worn right through) and the take up point has moved back closer to the floor. It is not adjustable and I doubt if any modern clutches are because of the extended service intervals. The lack of adjustment means that the thrust bearing runs all the time and the pedal tends to take up higher because it is no longer possible to adjust any free play into the movement.
    Last edited by Hugh Venables; 7th October 2015 at 01:32 PM. Reason: more info

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    My 307 HDI has a hydraulic clutch and is not adjustable and should adjust its self, they tend to be on the high side, when it gets low you are in trouble.

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