Question about 1993 Saturn SL1
WE BELIEVE THE CLUTCH IS GOING OUT ON MR CAR, AS LONG AS IT IS COOL AND I DO NOT GO VERY FAR ALL IS MORE OR LESS OK, BUT WHEN DRIVING FOR A LITTLE WHILE MY CAR DOES NOT SHIFT VERY WELL, I CAN SHIFT EVERYTHING JUST FINE BY THE CAR DOES NOT PROPERLY SHIFT ITSELF INTO GEAR AS IT SHOULD. THERE IS PLENTY OF TRANSMISSION FLUID AND IT DOES NOT SMELL BURNT SO WE HAVE COME TO BELIEVE IT IS THE CLUTCH. IS THIS SO AND IS IT AN FAIRLY EASY AT HOME FIX OT BEST LEFT OT A MECHANIC?
The service manual calls for removing the motor and trans as one unit before seperating. To get ust the trans out you have to pull axle shafts and take front end parts off. It's not an easy job and does require a few special tools to do it. If your not used to doing fairly heavy repairs at home you should have someone else do it or plan to really take your time and have to buy a few extra things along the way.
Posted on May 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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