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    Hello all,


    I'm back again, you fix 1 thing, other things pop up....

    So yesterday evening I took my car out (2011 Audi a3 sportback 2.0tdi 16V 140CR (CFFB) 6 speed manual) Started going through the gears and felt the clutch pedal was bizarre, lower than usual, about halfway.

    So I stuck my toes under and lifted it a bit and it poped back into place. Didnt happen again yesterday, nor the 15 odd miles I have done today. I have seen on the forum/forums that I should bleed the system, if its not that, could be the slave/master cylinder, worst case senario the DMF. My questions are the following:

    -Does anybody know of common clutch problems on my model?
    -Im guessing I would have to bleed all of the brakes/flush the whole system as the brakes run off the same fluid?
    -Any tips on flushing the clutch? I should be ok with the brakes.
    -Do I need to drop the gearbox to change the slave cylinder on my model *fingers crossed*

    Thank you for taking the time to read, looking forward to your feedback.

    EDIT: Looking through the receipts, Brakes and clutch were flushed august last year (15k miles ago) at an audi dealer
     
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    Screenshot_15.jpgA pic of my slave cylinder, looks external to me *hopes up*
     
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    No the CFFB slave is concentric inside the bell housing and was revised on cars built after 30-05-2011 and again on 01-07-2016 to part number 0A5 141 671 S.
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    Thank you for your reply.

    Not so good news then. Mine is from 14/09/2011. Do you think that it is likely that is the problem? Or more chance to be something else? Could I keep driving as it hasn't happened since or should I really start looking into it?


    EDIT: Looking at that part number on the store, it says for CFFB car UP TO 05/2011, yet mine is newer, would it really be that?
     
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    Private Message me your VIN.
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    Sure thing, I think i got the pm through
     
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    It was built 01.09.2011 It is a 2012 model. The current genuine number is 0A5 141 671 S and makes it a Sachs 3182 600 241 or LUK 510 0176 10.
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    Thank you for taking the time to look into that. Your best guess, do you think that could be the problem? Or more likely to be something else?
     
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    Also alot of people talk about a receiver/sender ? im guessing that is the master cylinder behind the pedal and the pic I sent earlier on this post? Could that be the problem?
     
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    It is normally the slave cylinder.
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