In May last year (about 10,000 miles ago) the clutch failed, classic slave cylinder leaked. The RAC recommended garage did the work (clutch plate and slave cylinder don't know the make) they said that the DMF had play in it out of spec but it was up to me if I changed it, at an extra £450 I decided to risk it!
Everything fine but over the past few days reverse gear has been difficult feels like its in but grating gear noise, after 2-3 tries it goes in and all is well, also 1st seams a little clunky and biting point seems low.
So after a bit of research causes could be - failed release bearing if this is the cause could the failure to change the DMF be a cause of premature bearing failure?
or clutch needs bleeding which is OK but no signs of fluid around the pedal so were is it going? slave cylinder starting to fail again?
or something else?
Cars a 2.0 CDT.
Just after some advice before I call the garage as glass half empty me don't want to be fobbed off with a new clutch and DMF or a bleed and hope it lasts for 8 weeks so its out of warranty