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Studený start = kravál (2.1 TD)

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Caute panove. Muj 2.1TD kdyz je rano studenej...tak po startu to pekne klepe(ale to asi vetsina dieselu), jenze kdyz zmacknu spojku, timpadem netocim prevodovkou, tak uz to tak nerve, alespon zevnitr to tak nehuci.... Po zahrati je samozrejme motor i prevodovka velice klidna. Navic pri studenem motoru se spatne radi(neni to nic hrozneho ale). Je tohle bezna vec? jaky olej by se tam mel lit, jestli se to da nejak omezit. A jeste jestli pomuze vymena oleje v prevodovce na tom studenem razeni kvaltu. Diky

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Tej prevodovke vymena oleja zvycajne pomoze, najma ak tam bolo nevies co alebo uz aj nic :o)) Mne to pomohlo a uz sa radi OK aj ked je teplpota pod nulou.

Doporucujem pohladat vo fore napr tu:

Doporucujem dodrzat specifikaciu oleja do prevodovky.

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Jojo..uz se na to koukam diky moc. Jak budu menit olej v motoru, tak pri jednom vymenim i ten v prevodovce. Doufam ze to nebude nejaky velky problem. Kde se ten olej naliva zpatky?

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A dela to i pote, co nekolikrat proslapnes spojku nebo pridas plyn? Nebo se to zmeni/prestane?

[Editován dne 1/12/03 Dydzej]

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dela to do te doby, nez se zahreje motor...predpokladam, ze i studena prevodovka je hlucna, proto kdyz dam spojku, tak se prevodovkou netoci a motor neni tak zatizen, takze se odlehci motoru, nerve tolik a zaroven taky nerve prevodovka...ale jak je to teple, tak je vsecko v pohode

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