Question about 1996 Saturn SC
My fiance's 96 Saturn SC-1 is a good car - but has a lot of miles on it. About two weeks ago, the clutch went out on it. He and a friend pulled the engine out (took them four days. I have no idea why some men feel the need to be DIY'ers, and why those men are typically the ones who are not capable of doing it themselves.), got the fly wheel resurfaced, etc. The clutch is totally put together - the problem is that the shaft that slides from the motor through the clutch disk and pressure plate isn't going through the pilot bearing. Any ideas??
Sounds to me like there is an alignment issue witht he clutch disk. DId they buy a clutch kit with install tool? If not then good chance its not aligned and will need to come back out to align. you can also pick up a universal clutch alignment tool from autoparts store.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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