Question about 2001 Hyundai Tiburon
This happens when the flywheel is out of balance. Check that the mount area is clean and free of burrs on the crank shaft. Ensure that the threads in the crank shaft are burr free. ensure that if a dowel is used to locate the flywheel that it is in place . Use the fly wheel bolts once on;y. Use a low strength loc-tite compound on the bolt threads and tighten to specified tension (normally around 90-100ft/lbs.) use a tension wrench for this.. Next pay attention to the clutch pressure plate and that it is being held in place by the correct bolts . Small shanks that act as dowels to locate the plate exactly in position. Use locating dowels if there is holes in the flywheel for them . clamp a flat bar to thye engine flange and place it at the circumference of the flywheel and turn the engine over and see if it hits the bar in one spot or is the same distance away all the way around . Adjust the space till there is virtually no clearance under the bar. Then place the bar on the face of the flywheel and see if the flywheel is wobbling against the bar .You can use a dial indicator for these to teats .
Posted on Feb 14, 2014
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