Hi I have a small problem, I have a Hyundai Coupe GK 2.7 V6 (2002) that I have replaced the engine on, assembled everything … and now found out after starting it that (engine and gearbox mounted etc) the gearbox has been put on with the clutch folk not in the write place ( basically no clutch) . Now my question is what is the easiest way of fixing this problem, I have the car almost on the road and need to sort this out asap Is there a way of dropping the whole front suspension frame with engine and gearbox to do the work or something similar and how do I get the fork to slide onto the clutch bearing properly ? Thanks for your help Rudi
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Re: 2002 Hyundai Coupe 2.7L V6 clutch problem
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.
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