I have a RS225 since January 12th and its a joy to drive.
I started to feel a strange behavior from the clutch pedal. Sometimes it seems to stick when I remove the foot. Going down there is no problem. But when I lift the pedal, almost at the end there is a noise and it feels sticky before it gets to the final position.
The odd thing is that it doesn´t happen all the time.
I also have a new 225 (2 months old) with a very similar problem :evil:
Definitely not carpets & I had a quick check & could not see the wire getting caught. Called into one dealer (too busy to look) & booked into a local one later the same day. Some talk over the phone of master cylinder (sounds ominous). Apparently this fault has been on other meganes but "rare to see it on a 225"
Car driving nearly ok but as clutch is not lifting fully I am not able to get full power (unless I stick a foot under clutch & lift)
Also as clutch is pressed I can't engage cruise control
- in with garage today, will let you know the conclusion when I get it back. :roll:
Toomeys Basildon told me it was the clutch return spring that had popped out of place, they sorted it and gave my car a clean. Also mentioned that it was probably a fault from day one that only became noticable now. Good old French car build quality
Back on the road & driving the way it should be, accelerating faster than anyone else... ...but just until I reach the legal speed limit :wink: