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You've changed everything without really working out what's wrong. If the bearing is pressing on the plate and the clutch has been assembled correctly, you have the friction plate the right way round, then look again at how the arm operates. My guess is that if the hydraulics or cable that operate the arm are OK then look at the arm and bearing for correct part and assembly. Is the carrier that the bearing rides on properly located on the arm. Its easy to have this misplaced.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There you go, just click on your year and the clutch kit. You can always call your local auto store and ask them to price it for you.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
are you tightening it up with the car on the ground or jacked up ?
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
SOURCE: clutch removal
You have to insert a screwdriver through a hole in the bottom of the transmission. while pushing the fork away from the engine you push the retainer clip with the screwdriver blade. it should release the bearing and cause the cluch fork to move freely toward the engine. It may take you a few tries to do this. This is whats known as an reverse pressure plate assembly. I think its kinda stupid idea. If only the designers would look at what it takes to work on these things......
Posted on May 26, 2009
If your clutch pressure plate has a stuffed thrust bearing then you are riding the clutch pedal and the clutch is running all the time to burn out the bearing so the centre plate is 1/2 worn and pressure plate springs or toggles are getting week so the answer
is to replace both it will save doing the job in 2 months time (belive me)
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
in a front wheel drive car you need to first disconnect all sensors take off wheels take off controll arm,half shaft, ball joint, front,side,and rear motor mounts remove front exhaust pipe, change control rod, stationary control rod, unhook battery, remove joint shaft, starter, tie rod end, right and left axle..... there is a lot of disassemble but if you are ready for the job then go to autozone.com sign up its free then click on repair manuals you will find all of your info there....good luck
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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