Question about 1988 Mazda B2200
You can test the clutch by attempting a wheel spin. If you raise the revs then drop the clutch in 2nd - you should get a **** of acceleration or possibly a stall. If you just get a gradual acceleration with possibly a "bite" when moving - then yes you need a new clutch. Also any smell of burning you notice will indicate contamination of clutch due to oilseal leakage, Often better to replace the main crank seal while the G'box is off on high milage vehicles - as it's quick to do at the time.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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