Can you explain slipping?
Sorry, what I mean by that is that as you let the clutch out and the plate contacts the flywheel, they will slip over each other as they start to grip. This is the normal way you release a clutch.
It does not mean the clutch is on the way out does it? I have tried to guage how far the i have to release the pedal before reaching the biting point. I would say it is before the halway point so not high at all. There is no slackness in pedal.
Sounds like your clutch is fine to me. It's a hydraulic clutch, so there shouldn't be slack as it wears, it's supposed to auto-adjust. But every car has a different biting point on it's clutch, it's normal and just something to get used to.
Am i not giving enough revs or is it me not letting the clutch out quick enough. As i previously stated it does not make any noise whilst going through all the gears.I have tried this morning trying to pull of in 4th and 5th gear and each time after moving around one foot the car stalled. This was even with more rev's than normal.
Again the clutch sounds fine. If it was on the way out, when you do that pulling away test the engine wouldn't stall so quickly if at all.
Basically, it's a matter of your style of clutching whether you get that squeeking noise or not. It's not something I'd have been used to previously, but then my previous cars had small weedy engines! As with you, it only happens occasionally, when trying to balance carefully on the clutch, like edging forward in traffic, or sticking the nose out of a side turn, etc.
But it happens a lot less often now than before to me, so maybe I'm finally getting used (after 6 months!
) to the clutch on my car!
There was another thread posted here recently about the same thing, something about the dashboard shaking when taking off. Take a look at the comments there.