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I have a Vauxhall Corsa Design 1.2 which is 5 years old, 25k mileage. There seems to be a judder on the clutch, which I mentioned to the Vauxhall dealership that services my car. They have said it could be the flywheel but to determine the cause they would need to take out the gearbox and look at the clutch for the sum of circa £900 + VAT. Is this reasonable? Is it possible to diagnose this type of fault by any other means? Your advice would be gratefully received.

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Too much money for the job. Probably needs a clutch and a clutch release bearing, or both. But this is not a £900 job at a 'Mr Clutch'. So take it to a Mr Clutch.
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