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I have a saturn sc2 5 speed just rlapced the tranny clutch presurrplate slave cylinder throw out bearing and when I go to put it in gear my Hubs spin are the gear the faster don't understand what why

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Do you mean wheel spin?
A fresh clutch will deliver the power faster that the worn out clutch you were used to.
Be gentle until you get used to it and don't rev so high on release of the pedal.

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You have to bleed the system again they can be a pain in the b@TT, also get a second person to operate the clutch and watch to see if the lever moves, if it does pull off the rubber and make sure you have the Y on the pivot ball inside the transmission. And if you don't get enough throw adjust the clutch rod on the clutch pedal by removing the pin and loosen the lock nut and make it longer by unscrewing the shaft. You want a half inch of free play at the top of the pedal the you want the clutch to catch about 3/4 of the way down. Also if you try to put it in gear does it grind the gears? Also did you put the clutch plate in backwards this is a common mistake even for a pro who gets interrupted by a phone call or a good-looking gal walking by, if ya need more suggestions let me know by posting to this comment.
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Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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A clutch pedal not springing back is almost always an indication that there is air in the system. Bleeding out a clutch is a tedious endeavor to say the least.
I suggest you open up the bleeder screw & gravity bleed the clutch.(This will take a long time as well!)

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If you have already gotten all the air out of the system, you may have to remove the clutch assembly and check the finger height compared with the one you removed as some designs are lower or higher than the original. You can either try to find one that matches the old one or change the throwout bearing (they come in several heights)...In your case I'd use a longer one.
The transmission has nothing to do with clutch release height and the only part it plays in clutch operation is that the neck on the front cover acts as a guide to stabilize the throwout bearing. (always make sure there is a light coating of grease on it so the bearing does not seize on there when in use.)

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did you bleed the slave cylinder? On the slave cylinder there should be a bleeder screw just like a brake caliper, perform the bleed procedure just like a brake, pump clutch and open slave bleeder, repeat untill all air is no longer noticed. keep master filled with fluid and top off when completed

Posted on Mar 09, 2011

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Clutch will not engage.


You have to bleed the system again they can be a pain in the b@TT, also get a second person to operate the clutch and watch to see if the lever moves, if it does pull off the rubber and make sure you have the Y on the pivot ball inside the transmission. And if you don't get enough throw adjust the clutch rod on the clutch pedal by removing the pin and loosen the lock nut and make it longer by unscrewing the shaft. You want a half inch of free play at the top of the pedal the you want the clutch to catch about 3/4 of the way down. Also if you try to put it in gear does it grind the gears? Also did you put the clutch plate in backwards this is a common mistake even for a pro who gets interrupted by a phone call or a good-looking gal walking by, if ya need more suggestions let me know by posting to this comment.
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That noise is coming from the throw-out bearing, its dry and worn needs to be replaced. While you are in there you should do the whole clutch job becuse you need to remove the tranny to change that bearing which consists of Pressure plate,clutch plate throw-out bearing center bearing and resurfacing of flywheel.maybe even a new slave cylinder. Good Luck

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