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2010 Acura TL Base 4dr Sedan 2WD

2010 Acura TL
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Front-Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Mid-Size
18 mpg city / 26 mpg hwy
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October 29, 2012, 3:40 pm

Scott W
 

Question: A mechanic just rplaced my clutch and says when he took it for a test drive it made a clunking nois

My clutch would slip when driving in traffic and I brought it in to have examined. They told me the clutch plate needed to be replaced. After replacement the mechanic took the car for a test drive and said there is a clunking noise ( which wasnt there before.) Now he says the flywheel needs to be replaced. Is this something he may have messed up putting everything back together? Or is it normal for a car to not show signs of flywheel problems until after replacement of clutch?


November 3, 2012, 10:16 am

Richard W
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When he haad the clutch out he should have told you it needed to be replace or turned. The big problem I have it a flywheel will not cause a clunk. It would have to be something else. You mite want to another shhop look at it.


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