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Old 10-05-2009, 07:36 AM   #5
Frodo
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I've been considering doing some of these preventative measures as well. (My Box has 48K miles.) My question relates to timing. It seems like a lot of these failures (especially IMS) tend to occur well before one would usually need to do a clutch.

I know this varies greatly depending on how the car is driven, but how long to clutches tend to last in these cars? Are people doing the IMS retrofit just replacing their clutch because it's convenient to do so at the same time, regardless of whether the clutch really needs replacing?
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