my 207 peugeot has developed a very long clutch

Asked by Aug 16, 2017 at 12:39 PM about the 2007 Peugeot 207 CC

Question type: Maintenance & repair

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When you say the clutch is long do you mean that the bite point is very high, or that the pedal seems to go too far down when you press it? If the bite point is very high (ie, you nearly have to have your foot off the pedal before the clutch bites) the I think your clutch is on the way out. If the pedal travel seems excessive you may have a problem with the hydraulic side of the clutch (maybe the master cylinder?) that's causing the problem. If you have a look under the bonnet does the clutch/brake fluid reservoir look full? If not get it looked at ASAP as you have a hydraulic fluid leak that could impact on the way the brakes work too. Let us know how you get on

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