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1987 porche 924 cluch problem

While moving,shifting up or down is fine with normal cluch pedal use. However when at rest at an intersection with the car in gear and the cluch pedal depressed for more than approx. 30 seconds the cluch engages to move the car or stall. shifter is difficult to move back to neutral ???? What is happening here ???? How to fix ??

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  • grmcavoy May 23, 2009

    Thank you , can a temporary linkage adjustment be made until

    the pressure plate can be replaced ?? closer pedal or out farther ??

    How difficult is this ??

    Thanks again

  • grmcavoy May 23, 2009

    Thanks AGAIN very helpful localwonder !!! thank you !!

    Just thought i could get her along for a day or two with an

    adjustment. Pressure plate soon !!

    I do need to drive this car so I hoped that I could make

    a timely adjustment for saftey but am not sure to close or expand

    the linkage.

  • grmcavoy May 23, 2009

    Hi thanks for the advice !! I thought expand but was not sure.

    Needed to talk to the pro's. Got a guy to replace the part. I think

    its best . Thanks again !!

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Hi. your pressure plate is going bad at this time. you will need to replace this part asap.

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    Michael Masters May 23, 2009

    Well, from what you have stated, this issue has progressed to the point that , any temp solution's may cause a cascading affect and, this may induce more serious problems. you could adjust but, this is not recommended.

  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 23, 2009

    you will need to expand in this case. this will compensate for the lose of the plate material.

  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 23, 2009

    good deal:)

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