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How to replace clutch release bearing in 1997 ford aspire

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SOURCE: 94 chevy s-10 clutch won't release comepletely after replacement

two things to mind, sometimes when you get a new clutch it comes with blocks in pressure plate there put in there from the factory for shipping purposes, they have to be removed otherwise it will do what you discribe. secound if you got the wrong length throwout bearing will do it to. most likely its one or the other. if you sure everything is right as far as clutch, pressure plate, and throwout bearing, than the only other thing i can say it could be is slave cyl. bad. hope this helps. OLD SCHOOL.

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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SOURCE: jetta clutch won't engage.help please!

Sounds like improper assembly or wrong parts?

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Clutch release bearing removal

You have the transmission out and are trying to remove it from the slave cylinder right? Just pull straight out. It should pop free. It just has plastic tabs that hold it on.

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Cost to replace wheel bearings on 1997 ford aspire

advance auto parts total price for all bearing, front and rear and seals come to $70.00. labor should be about that much(plus cost of grease) good luck

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

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SOURCE: I have an 02 Ford Fiesta. Rattling soun when clutch is depressed.

Unfortunately, you can't really tell until you have the parts in front of you. If the clutch showed no signs of slipping in any gear, then the disk and pressure plate are probably ok. Throwout bearing troubles are usually heard as a sort of screech when the pedal is depressed. If the pressure plate is the type that has 3 fingers that are pushed by the bearing and one of the fingers was bent/broken, it would make a rattling sound. If the car has considerable miles, it might be worthwhile to replace the whole assembly even though the clutch itself seems to working well. Hope this helps!

Posted on Mar 19, 2010

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