Question about Peugeot 607
Help i need to do clutch can i leave gearbox in engine bay ????
No, you can't - there's no way to take the clutch out when your gearbox is still in engine bay - no place to put torx screwdriver, plus no way to pull the clutch off.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like a problem with the sycros. You could try draining the box and filling it with 75/90 syn gear oil, a gearbox additive wouldn't do it any harm. I think they hold just over 2 ltrs.
Unfortunately if that doesn't work a second hand or a new box is going to be the only cure.
In a manual gearbox there is no filter. The filler should be half way up the casing. Not sure what type of bung is used.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
SOURCE: gearbox from clutch
there are 2 pins behind the clutch. u need 2 turn the arm that engags the clutch wen u take it of and revers wen putting it bk. make sure everything behind the clutch is lined up. dont hit or wrench it of. you will just damage it.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Hi what your going to have to do is. unhook your slave cly and take a pry bar and pry the fork bar towards the front of the car you will hear a click. that means you have poped the throw out bearing into the plate. You did nothing wrong they just have to be popped in.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
SOURCE: car stalls when braking
It appears that the clutch is not releasing properly when you push the pedal down. How much free-play does the pedal have when you start to push it down? It should be about 3/4 inch or so. With the engine off and in first gear, have someone push the clutch pedal down all the way while you try to rock the car back and forth. If it is trying to turn the engine while you do this, the clutch is either not capable of being released or the clutch hydraulic system is delivering insufficient oil to the slave cylinder at the clutch release arm/shaft. If this worked correctly before the new parts were put in, the person(s) that did the work should be responsible for getting it to work again. Make sure that you don't have several floor mats that are under the pedal thus preventing full clutch release. Hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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