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  • Corsa 1.4 black edition

    Has any one had any engine problems with there 1.4 corsa

  • #2
    Don't think anybody on here has a black edition.

    Why don't you post the issue you're having, maybe somebody could help.

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    • #3
      How do I post something, I'm new to this

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      • #4
        Thank you

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        • #5
          You've already done it.

          By make a post, it means start a help thread. Like you've done here

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          • #6
            What Vegas is saying is to try and be more descriptive with the issue you're encountering. Just asking about 'engine problems' is incredibly broad.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Vegas View Post
              Don't think anybody on here has a black edition.
              I have a 2014 Corsa 1.4 Turbo Black Edition, and I am currently using it as my daily driver.

              My car has covered 12000 miles and although the engine is O.K. (so far) I have my doubts about the clutch as it is only operating when the pedal is nearly all the way up. I am the second owner of my car and I think it lead a hard life prior to me buying it.

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              • #8
                As a rule if the biting point is low to the carpet its getting ready to be changed when its high its good. My car is the same (not a corsa saving up for one) but my biting point is about the last 3 inch from where it rests and i know the clutch is good because i had a kit put in it about 300 miles ago.

                Best thing to do is go have a look at other corsa's and just have a little play with the biting point.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by josh1073 View Post
                  As a rule if the biting point is low to the carpet its getting ready to be changed when its high its good. My car is the same (not a corsa saving up for one) but my biting point is about the last 3 inch from where it rests and i know the clutch is good because i had a kit put in it about 300 miles ago.

                  Best thing to do is go have a look at other corsa's and just have a little play with the biting point.
                  Thanks for your advice.

                  I have owned 6 Corsa's over the years, 2 x 'B's, 1 x 'C' and 3 x 'D's as well as a host of other manual cars (I published a list on this Forum / Car Chat on 21 November 2015) but I have not noticed such a high pedal to clutch biting point on any of them. If the clutch in my current Corsa is O.K. then that is great, but if not I will replace it when it fails.
                  Last edited by AMG; 01-03-2016, 05:22 PM. Reason: edit = add the date of the thread I started.

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