Defender 110 Clutch

#1
All,

anyone know about the above? Mine has suddenly developed about 2 inches of free travel, but at biting point it works fine. Have changed both cylinders recently, system bled, no help!

VMT

Al
 
#2
How old is the clutch assy Alf? Your pressure plate could be goosed.
 
#3
Bleed it again, sounds a lot like air still in system. 110 Slave cylinders can be stubborn buggers to bleed.
Plus this is the cheapest thing to try
 

TheIronDuke

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#4
Could be the mechanical bit? Unbolt the plates above the pedals and have a bit poke about. If it is the clutch, I m pretty sure I have a brand new one in its box at the back of the shed. I'll take half price on the best internet price. Postage I think will be a tenner, but we can adjust that either way.
 
#5
Sounds like the clutch fluid is leaking so a temporary fluid top up before determining the source of the leak is in order. Are you finding clutch fluid in the drivers footwell?
 
#6
Clutch changed about 2 years ago.
No fluid in the footwell (i.e. it's not the master)
I'm going to try and bleed it again in the next couple of days.

Iron Duke - thank you for your kind offer, I'll let you know if I need the help!

Al
 
#7
Go for the re bleed. Could be your pressure plate fingers but its a lick out to get to them! Sensible to start at what The Kurgen suggested.
 

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