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The diesels have a far higher torque than their petrol counterparts. So prolonged driving with a slipping clutch can wear it out faster in a dlesel. On the other had at (or near) idle the Diesels do not develop much torque (the turbo has not cut in) so it does not matter.

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TRY to put a dead pedal in your car so that your itchy clutch leg gets space and also half clutch should not be used in higher rpm range or say beyond 15000rpm .

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ya.........its a good idea to put a dead pedal in your car.....it will really help to put your foot off the clutch n to avoid any damage to your car's clutch plate..............smiley1.gif

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