Question about 1997 Toyota Corolla
1st. sorry for my bad english!
I've a problem with my toyota corolla:
after to have replaced the clutch of the manual transmission, an annoying engine vibration has appearede especially at idle. I can perceive the vibration on the steering wheel; it propagate very well through the steel-arm. Giving trottle the vibration decrease a littlebeat but is never quiet like before the clutch substitution. It samble that a rotating component is un-centered or un-balaced (fly-wheel bad positioned?) Could by a kind of re-mounting error? Thanks for your help.
My guess is the mounts. put the car up on a alignment hoist and run it at idle while you are under. if it starts to vibrate. grab your prybar and jam the trani mount to see if it has an effect on the vibration. do the same to the other mounts. if the vibration seams to subside wile doing this. suspect the mount being jammed.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Try checking the engine/transmission mounts, one of them may not have been reinstalled properly, or worn out, causing a vibration. If the car is able to move with the new clutch, and it seems to work, I wouldn't say the clutch was put in wrong. Also check the wires around the engine/transmission, you may have knocked something loose as well.
Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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