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My release fork shaft on my MItsubishi pickup Has snapped for the second time ( the shaft that engages the throw out bearing in the clutch) everything in clutch felt fine, any ideas? thanks ,Jerry

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I had a throwout that was just a bit bigger than the oem one and that caused me the same problem,its something else to check too

Posted on Jul 04, 2009

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What do you mean by 180 out?.. i had the same problem, but doesnt look like its out. mine looks like it broke where the clutch cable connects to a plate that is welded to a shaft for the throw bearing release

Posted on Oct 15, 2012

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The silent shaft is 180 degrees out. It causes vibrations that eventually snaps the clutch control lever when the clutch pedal is engaged.

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No easy way-no shortcuts. The transaxle has to be removed. The fork is attached to the clutch release bearing which is on the transmission's input shaft. The fork is removed out the inside of the bellhousing, after detaching the release bearing (the throw-out bearing). Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

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Pilot bearing adjustment for the forks on a 1995 chevy c1500 with a 5-speed nv3500


You're speaking of the throw out bearing - the pilot bearing is in the end of the crankshaft that the front tip of the input shaft rides in.
Do you have a mechanical or hydraulic clutch? If mechanical, there should be some adjustment provisions in the cable or linkage. If the linkage had been adjusted for a worn clutch, it may not have enough movement to release a new (thicker) clutch.
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I need to adjust the clutch on a 1995 standard mighty max mitsubishi I changed the clutch disc, pilot bearing, throw-out bearing and pressure plate, but the clutch stays against the fly wheel when running...


You will need to turn the cable adjuster so there is only about 1/8 inch of free travel of the cable where it attaches to throw out fork before it starts to move the fork. Once the throw out bearing is achieving its full travel the clutch should release and enable gear selection.

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Oct 11, 2010 | 1995 Mitsubishi Mighty Max

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Dont know what side the throw out bearing goes on the pressure plate or the shaft


After clutch is mounted & aligned to flywheel, bearing goes over input shaft of transmission before slid through the clutch assy, to flywheel. Don't forget bearing attaches to release fork.

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Hi.clutch noisy when engaging


Sounds like the clutch throw out bearing got water in to it. This bearig is what the clutch fork actuates. Being a bearing it allows the stationery fork to push against the rotating clutch plate. I expect you'll need to tear down and replace. While your in there I'd replace the clutch too. Give the clutch plate a good looking over.
I hope this may have helped,
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Clutch Whine on Toyota 4WD Pickup


Bad bearings. Perhaps a throw out bearing. The pressure on it varies depending on whether your pushing on the pedal or not, and how much. If the noise occured only when the truck is moving, then I would say it is the input bearing. Changed alot of those years ago.

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Diagram Mazda 1998 B2500 4cyl 5sp throw out bearing assembly & dustcap


Are you asking where the throw out bearing is located?
If so, removal of your transmission is necessary to access it. It will be on your input shaft of your tranny behind your clutch. Its on the other side of your clutch fork.

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take it your car is a mk3 ? if it is remove the end cover from the gearbox(you will need a new one) and you will see the release bearing on a fork,remove the center bolt pull out the shaft and replace it,usally takes about a hour and a half

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Truck makes loud noise unless clutch is pushed in


chances are the adjustment of the throwout bearing fork is the problem . because of vibration that is the rattling that you are hearing. correct adjustment should be as follows.

#1...peddle travle should be no more than 1 1/2 inches

#2...the clearance between throw out bearing and fork no more than 1/2 inch

#3...clearance between fork and fork stops is 1/8 inch

also there should be grease zerts in the shaft that holds the fork and linkage make sure they are not dry of grease...please rate the solution....thanks

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