Recently put a new clutch, pressure plate and release bearing but after puttin it back togther it doesn't go! it goes in gear but when u release the clutch peddle it just makes a roar sound like it isn't realeasing all they way and doesn't pull any at all and also have bled it plenty of times and seems to have enough clutch peddle but still has the roar sound comin from within the clutch housin any help would be appreciative!!!=]
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Re: TRAns prob.. 93 mitsubishi eclipse..
This usually indicates a pressure plate spring is bound up and/or throwout bearing. Here are a few things to check...You are certain there is no air in the system, including slave cylinder....The pedal free play adjustment is important as well. On the Galant there is a locknut you loosen, then turn the pushrod until the freeplay is correct. Did you move the release bearing lever to engage the release bearing with the wedge collar on install? Clutch plate facing the right direction? Did you have the flywheel resurfaced? Input shaft on transmission ok? Will the car roll in gear? Good luck..i hope this helps.
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Sounds possible you have the friction plate in backwards and there is no clearance. Retrace your steps and check the clutch operating mechanism, then any gear linkage. With the clutch centre plate, the raised part of the spring carrier is usually facing outwards toward the pressure plate fingers.
Remove transaxle. Remove clutch pressure plate. Remove clutch plate. Inspect the flywheel for damage and resurface or replace as necessary. Replace pilot and throwout bearings. Install new clutch plate. Install new pressure plate. Re-install transaxle.
Do you have pressure from the clutch assemble,or clutch pedal. if you do then the problem is the installation of the clutch,we know trans axle is good because you can put it in gear with the engine off the problem will be a clutch plate assemble. and the slide bearing release fork, the clutch pressure plate are the connecting link between the engine and trans axle,when you release the clutch the disk and plate joins the engine and trans axle togeter.when the car is runing the transaxle synchronizer will not let you go in gear. but when engine is off the pressure plate is non operational and the T.O bearing . Your fix is a Prssure Plate. (your basically slipping)
please spend $25 and get a mechanics manual for your vehicle there are far too many things to explain.. the $5 answer would be:
1. remove trans from engine
2. unbolt pressure plate incrermentally and evenly as not to distort pressure plate
3. check flywheel for run-out, end-play, scoring and burnishing on flywheel/pressure plate, turn,re-surface/replace if req'd
4. install new pilot bearing clutch disc using special alignment tool and torque all bolts to factory spec and procedure , some recomend new bolts
5.reassemble in reverse order
BATTERY WONT HOLD CHARGE COULD BE BLOWN ALTERNATOR FUSE OR FUSE LINK.DAMAGE OR BROKEN ALTERNATOR WIRES.BAD BATTERY CABLES IF BATTERY CABLES BEEN ON CAR FOR A LONG TIME REPLACE THEM.BESURE TO TURN OFF RADIO BEFORE REMOVING BATTERY CABLES SO YOU WONT LOSE PLAYING CODE. WHEN YOU DEPRESS CLUTCH AND YOU GET A SQUEAKY NOISE.YOU COULD HAVE WORN DEFECTIVE OR BROKEN RELEASE BEARING OR WORN BROKEN PRESSURE PLATE SPRINGS.
This job isn't one for the faint hearted - yes you do need some pretty special tools the main one being a transmission jack - its pretty heavy work otherwise a socket set and some basic knowledge.
but here's is a posting I recently made:
I am currently replacing the clutch plate, pressure plate and thrust bearing on a 1996 Mitsubishi pajero gen-II 6g74 5-spd I found loads of information on unbolting and un-plugging the electric's etc. what I didn't find was information about separating the engine and transmission. The thrust bearing is held in place by a cir-clip behind the pressure plate, the bearing fork is near imposable to access unless to two are separated.
note: I think it would've been best to do this when removing the hydraulic cylinder that moves the clutch fork as I had to re-bolt up the engine. Here is how to do it !! 1: remove the two rubber inspection covers (one will be around the clutch fork) mine being r/h drive the fork is on the left-side, these are located either side of the gear box. - Looking through the inspection ports you will see - thrust bearing, thrust bearing fork which is attached to the bearing via clips, back of pressure plate, gearbox input shaft . 2: you will need two long flat head screw drivers 3: you want to insert these between the thrust bearing and collar via the inspection ports to release the cir-clip 4: the thrust bearing and fork should now move freely on the splined shaft.
Still having problems ? looking through the inspection holes - the collar shouldn't be visible (it looks like a spline) - if it is !! you will need to move this further in to the pressure plate as the cir-clip wont have room to release behind the pressure plate. - the point you are trying to insert the screw drivers into is between the collar and bearing (not the collar and pressure plate) I was able to disengage the cir-clip for the trust bearing on the new pressure plate (on the bench) with a ball joint removal tool by a applying pressure to one side of the collar only - ( I don't think you can do this with the transmission in place as the thrust bearing fork gets in the way) once removed - you will be able to separate the transmission and engine, unbolt the pressure plate, replace the clutch plate, unbolt the 10mm retaining bolt for the clutch fork which is located inside of the bell housing - knock up into the bell housing the frost plug this allows for the pin holding the fork to be removed (I did this by wiggling the fork back n forth and putting a piece of welding wire part way through the 10mm hole and pulling out through the frost plug hole). hope this all helps someone...good luck