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  1. Re: MK5 2.0 GT TDI 140 (BKD) Brand new slave cylinder leaking?! 
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    There were Sachs and LUK systems from new, so what make is it? The Sachs and LUK do look different and you are replacing the DMF aren't you?
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  2. Re: MK5 2.0 GT TDI 140 (BKD) Brand new slave cylinder leaking?! 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    There were Sachs and LUK systems from new, so what make is it? The Sachs and LUK do look different and you are replacing the DMF aren't you?
    The new kit ive installed is a Sachs which includes new DMF, clutch kit and slave cylinder. The old kit was a LUK Kit but the supplier told me both kits will fit my car so i wen't ahead and fitted it.

    Now ive just fitted it all for the second time, bled the clutch and there is zero air coming out but still it will not go into gear? really getting sick of this now not had a car for a week and I feel like they've sent me the wrong clutch kit and this is the issue. The supplier is adamant that both kits fit my car, well yes they both bolt on but the car wasn't having any issue getting into gear before i installed this other clutch kit the whole reason i swapped it was due to the DMF being bad.
     
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    Private message me your reg number and the Sachs kit number. Have you bled it by foot or pressure bleeder?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    Private message me your reg number and the Sachs kit number. Have you bled it by foot or pressure bleeder?
    I've tried to bleed it both ways pressure and by foot, i can't seem to get anymore air out of it so i really don't know where to go from here other than ripping it back apart again. ill send them over now.

    Also this is a link to the same clutch kit https://www.cartech-one.co.uk/en/pro...ch-kit/v-17280
     
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    Using that Sachs kit number 2290 601 009 in Tec Doc it comes up as the right kit and it is a slightly increased duty X Tend unit BUT it does not give me the part numbers of the parts in the box

    http://toc.tecdoc.net/cis/documents/...YgLU/1538012/0

    Using the ETKA FI Suggestion VAG numbers using your VIN for a factory fitted Sachs system and converting these to Sachs numbers I get

    Flywheel 03G 105 266 BN is Sachs 2294 000 113

    Clutch kit 03G 141 015 L is Sachs 3000 970 004

    Release bearing 0A5 141 671 F is Sachs 3182 654 150

    Can you check these numbers against the boxes the parts came in?
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