Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Albuquerque, NM
Ferrari Life Posts: 11,858
Mone- If the F1 system was not bled properly when the clutch and pump were changed, that could cause the symptoms you are seeing. First thing to do, though, is what Steph suggested, have your tech do an SD3 based analysis of the problem. Internet will not solve that kind of problem.
One last thought. Did you change the throw-out/thrust bearing and clutch position sensor when you changed the clutch? Either of those could be a problem, too, if not changed. I would never change an F1 clutch without changing both of those. Get thee to an SD3 equipped technician.
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