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I have got the flywheel resurfaced put it on bought a new clutch pressure plate,clutch,and throw out bearring..put rebuilt transmission,put transmission in bolted everything back the gears change in the tranny when the car is off..but when you put it in first push the clutch to the floor go to start the car the car tries to take off,..I kno the clutch isnt disengaging I jus cant figure out why its not and I have blead the slave cylender.. please help ???

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  • taddotson Jul 21, 2009

    thanx rockitman187..yes there is pressure as soon as you put your foot on the clutch it does have a little play in the pedal about a half inch or less which is expected I do believe the slave cylinder and master cylinder are basically brand new I bought them about a year and ahalf ago and b/f I took the transmission out to rebuild it everything was working..the reason I took out the transmission was b/c the counter shaft thrust bearring was replaced in the tranny about 6 mnths ago.the garage pressed the bearring 24 thousandths of an inch too far and you should know..it done alot of damage to my 5th and reverse gear..I have a friend that is a mechinist that fixed that..But the reason I replaced the clutch was b/c I thought that it was the throwout bearring ..replaced the clutch put the tranny back in and the tranny was still making noices so I tore down the tranny and found that it had flattened the roller bearrings in the CSTB..I have everything fixed..bolted in..and I dont think that it would be possible to put the clutch itself in backwards it could be possible I hope that that can help you or some one else to the problem

  • taddotson Jul 23, 2009

    are you able to tell me a positive fact if your able to put the clutch in backwards rockitman..and I was woundering if I was to unbolt everything jus to pull it out enough to take a look wat would I be looking for?? thanx for your help so far..

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Does the clutch pedal have pressure as soon as you push it or is it going beyond halfway down before you feel the pressure?

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    Randy Hough Jul 21, 2009

    It is possible on some vehicles to put the clutch disk in backwards,But i don't think this is the problem here,It may be when they turned the flywheel,it took to much off for the pressure plate to presh the clutch disk against it with enough force to do anything. I would pull it apart far enough to have a look.Also do you remember if the pressure plate had any pressure to it when you were bolting it to the flywheel?

  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough Jul 23, 2009

    You can definitely put a clutch disk in backwards and if you take it apart enough to look,Make sure the fly wheel is mated to the pressure plate completely and that the throwout bearing has popped off the guides.

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