Question about 1993 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Ok i thought there was somethin wrong with the new clutch assembly but now i have found that the very edge of the driver axel is rounded causing it not to go like there was somethin wrong with the new parts... but for some reason the axel is comin out to far when u tighten the the axel onto the driver hub causin it to wreck the teeth on the axel could somethin be wrong with the trans causin it to let it to far out because it looked like it was holdin it in there fine before the new clutch ect. bc i could see the other ware line from the previous miles before the trans was dropped the first time!!! Thanx for as much help as u can give me bc i'm kinda at a stale mate! >:P
You have a spacer missing on the inner side of the axle allowing the nut to drag the axle to far out,
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Locate and remove the compressor clutch retaining bolt. Looking at the compressor clutch you will see a bolt in the center and three bolts along the outer edge. The center bolt is the retaining bolt. The three bolts around the edge of the clutch can only be accessed after removing the clutch, and are only relevant in clutch repair situations. To remove the retaining bolt you need to maintain the clutch position and relieve pressure from bolt head by applying the compressor clutch holding tool with your other hand, or have an assistant hold the tool in place. Do not lose the retaining bolt in case you need to reference it later.
Separate and remove the clutch from the shaft of the compressor. Once the retaining bolt is removed, as described in Step 1, simply pry the clutch away from the mounting surface using your hands. If the clutch is a little difficult to remove due to damage or decay then try using a screwdriver to lightly pry the rear side of the clutch away. Spray the area with an auto lubricant and allow it to sit overnight if needed. While removing the clutch do not lose clutch spacers.
Pull the snap ring from the clutch pulley using your snap ring pliers. You will now be able to remove the clutch pulley from the compressor. While everything is apart, and before installing your new compressor clutch, clean the area to remove dust or grime.
Reverse steps to install.
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