I want to know if I have need to have the flywheel turned before I put everything back together? Then proplem is the trow out bearing, not the clutch, But I'am changing out everything because of the 85K on it.
I have done this before, But,,, that was back when I was a kid. I am now 60. So I hope it will still be basicly the same..Thank you for your time..Tim Courser
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only one way here and thats to remove it again and check the clutch plate is fitted the right way around ,the spring flange goes to the outside of the flywheel and the flat side to the flywheel and you have fitted this the wrong way around thats for sure ,sorry to upset you but even us professional have done this if its any consolation ,i done it to a nissan serrana last year as phone rang then someone turned up and my hoppo who was helping me misunderstood my directions ---WELL I HAVE TO BLAME SOMEONE
You will need tools and a jack and a really good strong friend.
Remove the drive shaft. Unbolt the trans from the engine and put it aside. Unbolt the pressure plate and remove. The clutch plate will fall on you. Remove the fly wheel for resurfacing.
Take everything to the auto parts place that has a machine shop.
Get the flywheel resurfaced. Purchase a new/rebuilt clutch plate and rebuilt pressure plate. Get a new throw out bearing. Also get a clutch plate alignment tool while you are there.
When you get all the stuff together, reassemble it.
Put the fly wheel back in ... becareful of the starter. Add the clutch plate and the pressure plate. Use the alignment tool. Bolt it all back to proper torque spece. You will have to ask at the auto parts place for the torque specs. Oh yea, you will need a torque wrench for this.
Put the trans back in. You should probably change the universal joints while you are at it, front and rear.
Or - you could have a shop do this for about $500.00 to $1,000.00 and save on the band aids.
good point but even if it is the cable one its automatic,hydraulic is non adjustable.if it is the cable operated one the clutch is mounted to the back of the flywheel,nothing difficult but you will need the round alignment tool,if its hydraulic it could have a dualmass flywheel which it is advisable to change thats a straight forward job to do is it a 1j chassis build 7th and 8th digit of the vin number
Possibility, you may have intalled the clutch disk backwards.... if so, the disk hub is torqued against the crankshaft hub preventing engagement of the clutch.
2003 TIBUORN DUAL MASS FLYWHEEL AND CLUTCH DISC ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
The 2003 MY 2.7L Tiburon vehicle equipped with the 6-speed manual transaxle employs a dual mass flywheel system. The 2003 Tiburon Shop Manual does not show the clutch disc assembly with the dual mass flywheel. This bulletin provides information about how to assemble these components.
Although it is possible to assemble the clutch disc with either side facing the flywheel surface, only the assembly of these two parts shown in this bulletin is correct.
Attach the dual mass flywheel to the engine crankshaft assembly.
Identify the clutch disc flange side and the collar side as shown.
Install the collar side of the clutch disc on the dual mass flywheel surface so that the flange side is facing the pressure plate side as shown.
Attach the pressure plate to the dual mass flywheel and complete assembly of the remaining components per the Shop Manual procedures.