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How do you get the throwout bearing attached to the fork

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Slide the throwout bearing on the fork and put the trans back onto the engine. use a prybar on the lever of the clutchfork. youll feel it pop into place.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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Remove bell houseing or remove transmission good luck

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The gearbox has to come off. You can then work on the clutch. Change the clutch cover, pressure plate and throwout bearing all, it is not worth skimping. Examine the throwout fork carefully for excessive wear or cracks.

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I need instructions on replacing the clutch in a '94 Chevy Blazer 4x4, 350 engine. Specifically the pilot bearing, throwout bearing.


The pilot bearing is pressed into the flywheel and you need a pilot bearing/bushing puller. Some A/P stores will rent it to you for free (deposit). the throwout bearing is held onto the clutch fork normally by clips. Sometimes you have to take the "fork" out to get the bearing off.

Make sure to note how "deep' the pilot bearing/bushing is so that when you install the new one it is set at the right depth.

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Push in clutch and it makes a horriable grinding noise/ when release it stops and it goes into gear


It sounds like your throwout bearing is shot. There is a bearing called a throwout bearing that goes against the clutch forks when you push on the clutch, which causes the pressure plate to release the clutch which also releases tension from the input shaft which lets you change gears.
Replace that throwout bearing and I think you will find all your troubles gone. Hopefully it hasnt ruined the pressure plate forks. if your pressure plate forks are good there is not need to replace the clutch though if there is lots of miles on it you might choose to go ahead and do it since the transmission will be out anyway. Of course that is a lot more money. the choice is yours though so dont let a shop talk you into it if you dont want to.
Cheers.

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I just install an different engine in a 1999 3.2L Rodeo. the fork for the throw out bearing is hitting the pressure plate when the clutch in depress any help?


Sorry to tell you this-but you do not have the throw out bearing fork properly installed on throwout bearing. There is a spring clip on the fork that has to fit inside of throwout bearing's "groove"-I bet you the spring clip is on the BACKSIDE of throwout bearing! You will have to pull transmission back away from the engine to gain access to fix this. I do not envy the chore ahead of you-sorry!

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How do you replace a throw out bearing on a 88 integra ls?


You must remove the transmission from the vehicle. The clutch release bearing (throwout bearing) rides on the input shaft of the transmission, and is the only part of the clutch kit that remains attached to the transmission upon removal.

Make certain you reattach the bearing retainer mechanism to the bearing fork, so that the bearing doesn't ride on the face of the pressure plate while you're not using the clutch pedal.

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There should be metal tabs on the clutch fork that the 2 ears of the throwout bearing go into this captures and holds the bearing some of the models had a antirattle spring on them that the ends went into 2 holes in the tabs on the fork.Just remember the bearing side that turns or spins freely contacts the pressure plate when you reinstall the trans.

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