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Date Registered: 07-2008
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That really is quite serious and I hope not a trend but a one-off manufacturing /assembly issue. Keep up the updates on this one.

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ref to oil air seperator leaks for updates.

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Hey all, i have had this issue to with first gear, the operating manual stated to just pump the clutch, i do that every no and again generally when the car is cold then its all good.
I do agree with others on the forum, the manual clutch is abrupt but the box is pretty slick when warm. I'm no mechanic so i would always ring nissan just to check, especially if new bugger them you paid for it, it should work

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Date Registered: 07-2008
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Should not need 'pumping' -its cable operated not hydraulic.

Make sure clutch is fully depressed. If you find this helps then the cable may require tensioning adjustment.

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Date Registered: 06-2008
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
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quote:

popeclement wrote:

Should not need 'pumping' -its cable operated not hydraulic.

Make sure clutch is fully depressed. If you find this helps then the cable may require tensioning adjustment.



Correction.
The manual uses a Concentric Slave Cylinder as per the Renault gearboxes and it is hydraulic operated.

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My mistake -damn I thought it was cable operated all this time emoticon

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