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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That burnt smell is what used to be your clutch disk, and you will need to replace the clutch before you will be able to drive that vehicle again. You should purchase a complete clutch kit for your vehicle, and it should come with a new pressure plate, clutch disk, throw-out/release bearing, a pilot bearing, and a clutch disk alignment tool, and be sure that the pilot bearing is replaced when that new clutch is installed.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
This can be difficult to answer properly without a bit of knowledge on operation. If you can get it into gear with the motor running then clutch should be working.With that said, on to why it doesn't move acn be several things. Axle dislodged from transmission or broken CV joint, input shaft to clutch ana pressure plate damaged in some way,differential damage, shifter broken off internaly or broken cable, < should be able to feel this >. inspect axles to confirm they are not damaged or dislodged, inspect shifter to confirm it is operating like it should, < have someone move shifter and watch arm on transmission to confirm it is operating > at this point if you haven't found anything to have failed then would suggest having it looked at by someone who can tell you what cause is. I am not implying that the clutch has no damage to it,but other reasons can be cause. There is an inspection plate on bottom side of bell housing that can be removed to inspect for damage, < where engine and transmission connect>.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
prob has little to no clutch fluid, to check this open the bonnet, in the engine bay next to the brake master cylinder there is a round clutch master cylinder, unscrew the cap and topp it up with brake fluid.
If the system has run dry you may need to bleed the system, if not completly empty should be able to pump it a few times and will come good.
If this is the case there is a leak somewhere...
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Check and confirm the transmission oil.If its low then due to lack of lubrication this can cause.
1. Throwout/Release Bearing failure.
2. Internal Cluster Rod malfunction.
3. Lack of proper lubrication.
If the gear shift lever is difficult to move through the gears, the problem might lie in the linkage or shift mechanisms. Sometimes a bent or badly aligned shift rod can result in hard shifting.
A bent shift rod, worn linkage or worn shifter arms may cause a manual transmission to become locked or stuck in one gear. Another possibility can be broken drive gear teeth. Sometimes the teeth jam together and become locked up from bits of metal that have chipped off the teeth.Also check the gear shifter,if it looks bit bent then make it proper and recheck.This possibilities have to be checked.This will point to the faulty part.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
SOURCE: i have a mitsubishi eclipse
Sounds like the clutch assy is about worn out. Most hydraulic clutches are self adjusting so when the clutch disc lining wears thin it takes more pedal travel to engage.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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