Re: Could someone explain the clutch for me please
I've given them the go-ahead to do the clutch, handbrake and power-steering. The clutch because I won't get it home from the garage without it, the handbrake because I haven't got the time or space at the moment to be lying under the car fitting new ones and power steering fluid because it was cheap, needed doing and something less for me to do.
The brakes I'll do myself. The exhaust I'll take a look at and see what needs doing, I've never thought it sounded like its blowing. The belts, variator, etc I'll phone around and see how cheap I can get it done at a local garage rather than the dealer.