Date: 2 Apr 2005 18:31:44 -0800 From: "username0327" <supernateuralnospamail.com> Subject: Re: 2000 9-3 cluth problem (maybe?)
ma_twain wrote: > > > > Riding the clutch to avoid rattling and shaking is not a option. Take > the car back and leave it over night so the dealership can experience > the problem first hand. Do this before the warranty is over. ok thanks. I appreciate the quick reply. To be more specific it lasts less then 1 second and seems to be harder to duplicate in first gear once the car is warmed up. I also have noticed that the throttle is very slow to respond when i take my foot off the pedal, when upshifting it will rev at about the same rpm basically until i let off the clutch into the next gear instead of slowing down while the clutch is depressed abd foot off the gas, is this normal or should i also have that clooked at? Any other typical problems i should have them check for? We go to the dealership i purchased it from when my girlfriends 97 900 needs work, they are very honest and it something needs to be replaced i am sure they will be happy to let me know and resolve it if need be.