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Clutch bite point.
Morning all! I've recently taken my 1.4 petrol berlingo in to the garage to have the gearbox sensor replaced. On picking it up both my wife and I have noticed the clutch bite point seems a lot lower than before it went it but the garage assures me they didn't touch the clutch workings! I understand the clutch is 'self' adjusting(?) so could it be the cable has simply worn and stretched and it's just a coincidence!? Still works fine just more 'immediate'. Any help much appreciated.
Hi & welcome.I believe there is a thread on self adjusting cables. It can happen if the cable is moved forcibly out of the way & usually means it's a bit worn.Do you have a Haynes manual? Good luck.
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So.... The clutch pedal was half in and after a quick 'jiggle' it popped out!!! Job done!!! Obviously got stuck - nowt serious. Now - a virtual pint to the first person who can tell me how I can get the air bag light to go out on the dash!?! ?

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