New clutch juddering
I recently had a clutch replaced under warranty, followed closely by the master cylinder which was drawing air into the system. However the new clutch judders while pulling away, in reverse or changing down, before the old clutch packed in there was never any judder.
I mentioned it to the dealers after picking the car up and was told by the technician that there may be some judder on the clutch for up to several hundred miles until the clutch beds into the flywheel. But to bring it back if the judder doesn't disappear.
I've done around 600 miles and its still juddering, its booked into the dealers tomorrow for a motor system control failure warning so I'm going to mention the clutch problem again.
Is it not uncommon to have a judder on a new clutch and does it really bed in ?
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