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 Posted: Feb 8, 2019 06:02AM
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"Hang on a minute lads....I've got a great idea."

 Posted: Feb 8, 2019 06:01AM
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 Posted: Feb 8, 2019 12:51AM
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I’m anermos completely new over here. But  

I am sure someone will offer some possible solutions soon.

 Posted: Feb 1, 2019 08:27AM
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The clutch pivot arm had seized a good greasing and problem solved

 Posted: Jan 31, 2019 10:41AM
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sanders.. where are you on planet earth?/ sure you can find someone local to you to help.. a fellow classic mini owner.. later b

 Posted: Jan 30, 2019 03:46PM
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Thanks for the reply’s iv got a friend coming the weekend to take a look I will keep what you guys have said in mind I’m new to minis but I’m hoping to learn she needs some work 

 Posted: Jan 30, 2019 02:23PM
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... or the hydraulic fluid level checked. About the only way it could be low is if it leaked out, and the likely culprit would be the slave cylinder or the hose and fittings leading to it.

Your car most likely has a Verto type clutch, which is important to know when ordering parts. If you look under the bonnet, a Verto clutch has a shorter actuating lever than the earlier non-Verto type.
The pivot pin 6464 mentions is where the actuating lever enters the clutch cover. This pin can be stiff from lack of grease or worn. The inner tip of the lever can also be worn. Any of these issues can inhibit full release of the clutch.

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"Hang on a minute lads....I've got a great idea."

 Posted: Jan 30, 2019 12:59PM
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Sounds like you need a new slave cylinder. and /or grease to the pivot pin.

 Posted: Jan 30, 2019 12:27PM
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Hi all having issues with my mini, had it a few months belonged to my mother in law who’s had it from new it’s a 1200cc 1994 with 96000 miles on the clock. Now it starts and runs fine but getting it in gear is hard work it feels as though the clutch pedal needs adjusting as the clutch isn’t slipping it’s fine when it’s gets into gear but it clinks when it gets into 1st and 2nd and then 3rd and 4th are a little easier as is reverse any help will be greatly appreciated