91 200 Avant clutch pedal
scrosbie at integraonline.com
Mon Feb 10 18:10:03 EST 2003
Not sure if this is relevant, but last weekend I just replaced my
clutch master cylinder (6 hours in 6 degree F. temps .. and couldn't use
gloves :-( ). The small shaft on top of the master broke near the top
of the petal. On the original shaft there was a 2" diameter 1" thick
rubber connector near the top (shock protection?). It snapped between
the 2 locking nuts about 1/4" from the top. It was probably bending a
little bit over time and finally snapped with one large popping sound.
The replacement part was a single shaft (not two part like the
original) and was steel (not alloy like original) but was only $80.00 vs
audi dealer price of $270. Your shaft could possible be bent. There is
also a small shock absorber looking thing attached to the petal and the
firewall (I think). It appears to help pop the petal back once it has
gone half way back ... it could be sticking. This car has a heavy
clutch petal ...compared to 5K's and my A4 (very light). Good luck.
Mike Del Tergo wrote:
> Question for the BTDT on this car. Symptom is certainly similar to,
> but not
> exactly like alot of my other Q's.
> 130K, Pedal effort is on the high side, clutch catches at the bottom and
> pedal does not come all the way back up, by about an inch. (clutch pedal
> was replaced after breaking a few years back) Clutch master and slave
> been done by P.O. and I have bled the system to no avail. IME, when both
> cylinders are done action is usually butter smooth. Clutch engagement
> very positive, ie., no slipping. Ideas?
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