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2007 Mitsubishi eclipse clutch was slipping but put in new clutch throw out bearing pressure plate had flywheel shaved now I have no gears checked gear oil it's level bleed lines and still no gears

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How much was taken off flywheel ? was there a shim between crank and flywheel ? did you make sure spline count on clutch plate matched spline count and diameter on input shaft to transmission

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SOURCE: Clutch slip problem when gears are changed after 4000 rpm

you have 20k miles after the clutch has been changed, now are you used to drving clutch, secondly is it hydraulic or cable controled clutc?

if you are used to drving clutch sys probable cause is defective pressure plate or the throwout bearing is not fully releasing in other words the clutch is partialy applied all the time because of the re;ease bearing not fully releasing!!

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SOURCE: Transmission wont let shift out of gear

i see alot of clutch discs come apart and hang up on the flywheel bolts making shifting hard and somtimes impossable to get into gear if stopped.

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SOURCE: Skoda fabia 1.4 MPI fitted new clutch, pressure

bleed out the clutch fluid, to the slave cylinder, it uses the same fluid as in the brake system and takes it from the brake fluid resevour, so dont let it drain low- keep toping it up as you bleed the clutch line, if problem still persists, you must be sure you put the clutch friction plate in the right way.

Posted on Jan 15, 2010

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SOURCE: I installed a new clutch and now I cannot change

if you have bled the system properly,the only answer is you have fitted the friction plate on backwards.....(the word front,printed,on the metal centre goes toward you/facing you.)check to see if you have full travel on the actuating lever when pedal is fully depressed....

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SOURCE: 2000 Volkswagen Golf. This car has a five speed

COULD BE WORN OR DAMAGED REVERSE IDLER GEAR OR BUSHING. OR IT COULD BE WORN OR DAMAGED REVERSE GEAR ON MAIN SHAFT.

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2007 Mitsubishi eclipse spider replaced clutch plate pressure plate throw out bearing still have no gears I can put it in gear with key off and I can push car anywhere


Does it feel like you have good pedal pressure? Might try bleeding clutch, if you have good pressure its possible the clutch parts are wrong. Or were installed wrong, sorry

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2007 Mitsubishi eclipse spider just put in clutch kit now it will not engage I can put it in gear without car on and I can push the car back and forth


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.

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Basic . remove drive shaft. remove rear engine mount after supporting gear box on mobile jack and engine ,with blocks under sump undo gear box bolts and if the starter motor is involved . remove the terminal from the battery first. undo the slave cylinder of the bell housing / cable if applicable. pull the gear box to the rear . remove the pressure plate bolts by going around the plate a little at a time . Lift the pressure plat away and catch the clutch plate as it falls out. Make sure that you see the way the clutch plate goes in as if you install the new one incorrectly you will be pulling the box again. check the spigot bearing / bush in the rear of the crank shaft and if faulty or worn replace it . check flywheel face and if you want a good job then have it re-machined to flat again . Follow tensioning procedures when replacing the flywheel. put the clutch plate in position and use a clutch aligning tool to ensure that it is centred. AT this point if the plate is in correctly you should be able to hold it against the flywheel and turn it freely without the hub hitting on the fly wheel bolts. fit the new pressure plate and do the bolts up in the correct manner to the tension specs. . Replace the throw out bearing on to the housing in the throw out fork. Remove the clutch aligning tool ( tap with hammer if it appears jammed ) refit the gear box and associated items in reverse order of removal.

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How do I replace a clutch 2000 eclipse


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.

Mar 06, 2012 | 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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Replaced master cylinder in clutch in an attempt to stop the car sticking in gear and moving when foot taken of brake. It still moves while the clutch is still depressed and needs brake to stop...


Sounds like a worn-out clutch plate or broken/damaged throw-out bearing or pressure plate. You need to replace the clutch - including the pressure plate, throw-out bearing, pilot bearing, and I also recommend a new slave cylinder. (Especially since you have allready replaced the master cylinder.) You may want to weigh the pros and cons of having your flywheel machined or just replacing it with a "Remanufactured " flywheel.

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92'isuzu pick-up, 2.3L.manual tran. the truck starts and it goes into all gears, but it hardly moves.I adjusted the clutch cable and it got better I always had to adjust the cable. now it bearly move on...


Yes it is time to install a new clutch kit(clutch disc,pressure plate ,throw out bearing and pilot bearing)also have the flywheel resurfaced.The disc has gotten too thin to be clamped by the pressure plate.Best if you replace everything at once with new parts,avoid rebuilt parts.Good luck!

Mar 06, 2011 | 1992 Isuzu Pickup

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Clutch changing


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

Oct 04, 2010 | 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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New clutch still slipping


Lets start with what was replaced : Clutch pressure plate, throwout bearing,pilot bearing,input shaft bearing, was flywheel cut or replaced,Clutch cable or slave cylinder (whatever is applicable,) Lets see what repair shop says. Depending on what they say they did or didn't do we will take it from there.
keep me posted

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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.

May 29, 2009 | 1993 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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Clutch slipping when it get hot


Check the adjustment of the clutch push rod. It is the rod that connects the clutch pedal to the clutch master cylinder.

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