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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-02-2007, 17:20 Thread Starter
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Red face Where can i buy a new clutch cable? My clutch is slipping, clutch been replaced

I am looking for a new clutch cable for my rover 214 sli 1995 m reg pre bubble shape. Think it is 89-95 model.

Any way, i think the part no. is either or all of these.




I have had a new clutch fitted and it has not made any difference, the clutch still slips. Not sure if cable would cure, but not sure what else it could be? The flywheel was all good and the 3 piece clutch kit was of a high quality make and to be honest, there didn't look like much wrong with the old one.

Any ideas?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-02-2007, 20:15
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i buy all my brakes etc from brakes international in rochdale just search on google brings em ok,good prices and good delivery
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-02-2007, 01:19
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If you have had a new clutch fitted then the only way it would slip is if the cable was too tight, Open the bonnet and see if you can push the clutch release arm towards the back of the car or the cable to the front of the car, if you can (even a 1/4 of an inch) I doubt it is the cable
More than likely there will be an oil leak from the gearbox which gets on to the clutch plate and causes it to slip, the garage that replaced the clutch should have told you if it was.

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The 'G' numbers are old Unipart part numbers. UUC101240 is the part to quote when ordering from XPart dealers.
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