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New Super Mod Aka Mr Gibberish.
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I have read this before but I cannot recall what’s the answer was.
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New Super Mod Aka Mr Gibberish.
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Yes. The clutch is open and there is no drive.

unless there is a fault. Useless when there is a fault there is less resistance when pushed.
 

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New Super Mod Aka Mr Gibberish.
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A result, thanks for the update. Let us know how the fitting goes etc.
 

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New Super Mod Aka Mr Gibberish.
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Yeah I agree but it depends on the age. Of course you may get a call saying the flywheel is also kaput!
 

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New Super Mod Aka Mr Gibberish.
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Doesn’t the brakes and clutch share the same fluid on the kuga. ? Seem to recall they do.
 
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