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99 rodeo Clutch bearing pulls out

99 rodeo clutch pedal will go to the floor and not come back up on its own. when you pull it back up with your foot clutch will not depress again.Clutch bearing pulls out my mechanic has changed the bearing twice and it will pull back out after just a few times depressing the clutch

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If this is a hydraulic clutch, ask your mechanic to change the master cylinder (slave cylinder). This could have a leak (which he/she should have found, and checked this). If not, the cable may be too loose, or is not hooked up correctly.

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This has nothing to do with the hydraulic system. This application uses the release fork to pull on the throw-out bearing rather than push it. The T-O bearing is attached to the pressure plate by pushing the bearing into a spring steel wedge collar assembly centered in the pressure plate. Once pushed in, it should not pull out. But somehow it does. Mine did twice. I just took the clutch kit back and exchanged the whole set. I'll post my results/findings when I finish the install. Anyone seen a resolution of this problem before? Thanks

Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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    I know its an old topic, but this deserves an answer! Many people have had this problem because some aftermarket parts are not made properly. I found bad ones at Checker and Auto-Zone. The hardened steel ring within the pressure plate fingers needs to have a recess machined to exact specs. The release bearing, spring steel wedge-collar and ring assembly must engage fully into that recess with only a few thousandth of an inch clearance on the side. I looked at 5 different assemblies before I found 1 that was close to the original equipment tolerances. If you insist on aftermarket parts, check the assembled fit against how your original parts fit. My suggestion is to buy OEM parts from the dealer or online. I found it easy to look up the correct parts on Hondapartsnow.com. Good luck!

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These instructions should help

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