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Why is the clutch on the floor


Clutch "on the floor" is rather unusual... Most of all clutch spring is the feel of the pressure plate holding the clutch disc against the flywheel... but there is typically a pedal return spring that will take out the slack before ANY pressure is applied to your throw-out bearing.

Clutch MALFUNCTIONS will affect gear engagement... excepting (of course) clutch slippage.

For this trouble you need to take a quick look under the dash at the pedal hangers... and piston plunger that activates the clutch cylinder (typically on the outside of your firewall).

Now look at the clutch MASTER cylinder... the connecting HOSE and the SLAVE cylinder. Any fluid TROUBLE IS THE KEY to your trouble.

The ideal TROUBLE would be a split hose... but compared to a FULL CLUTCH rebuild all of these parts are cheap and easy to replace. Typically only requiring bleeding the cylinders... and you are back on the road.

If everything looks good you are MOST PROBABLY going to need a new clutch master, slave, hose and appropriate hydraulic fluid.

BUT if you have NOT found that TELL-TALE hydraulic fluid... you had better have an ASSISTANT operate the clutch pedal while you determine were that MALFUNCTION is located.

If the pedal is working the clutch lever on the transmission... you are looking at a SERIOUS clutch rebuild.

ALWAYS REMEMBER to work on level ground, chock your wheels and use good jack stands... like your life depends on it... before getting under ANY CAR... It does!

Good luck and here's a wish for a cracked HYDRAULIC HOSE...!!

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What would cause a clutch not to releace all the way when the peddle is mashed


Either the clutch needs adjustment, or throwout bearing is going bad and needs replacement. If it's the latter, have entire clutch service done. A Chilton/Haynes repair manual from your local parts store can help you trouble shoot this issue.

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I'm having trouble with the clutch


The it is full of air from a leak in the master or slave cylinder. Replace the leaking parts and bleed the system of air.

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The gears are slipping an grinding what do i need to replace throwout bearing, release bearing, or clutch. while in 5th gear its said i need to shift gears.


Since it costs the same to do any component of the clutch, and they all wear out together, you replace all of those parts while you have the engine out. The parts are sold in a "clutch kit", as low as 100 bucks on eBay.

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I need to assemble my clutch assembly back together i need a detailed view of what the components should go and where


If you go to a site like ebay or amazon, you can purchase inexpensive used service manuals that will give you step by step instructions on how to install a clutch.
It is not a simple procedure, and will usually take around 6-8 hours to do a clutch job, unless yours is AWD then it might be more time.

If you just need a parts diagram, go to www.realoem.com and you can do a BMW parts component search. It will also give you part numbers too, which saves time instead of waiting for the slow guy at the dealership parts counter. Good luck.

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The whole process with a Clutch Kit.


Not sure what the question is, but I will attempt it by letting you know what a clutch kit is....it is the all of the parts to replacing a cltch in the car.......the clutch is not just the thing you smell when riding the clutch, it comprises of 3 main components.

1. Release bearing....

2. Pressure plate...

3. Clutch (frictioin) plate...

I hope this helps

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A/c quit but does have pressure in system and light on in panel. Compressor clutch not engaged, belt is turning pully.


This sounds like the compressor has failed. With AC in on position the compressor clutch should engage/disengage periodically while turning. A couple things to check before replacing this is the following.

1)Check the fuse panel to ensure there is power getting to that part of the sysem.

2)Check the wiring harness itself and make sure the connection is tight, free of dirt, debris and is in good shape.

If those two are okay, I would replace compressor and recharge the system and it should work properly.

Let me know,

Chip

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Take it to a real mechanic. The last guy must have been a parts re-placer and messed up other components.

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Changing the clutch in an 87 toyo p/u


  • drive shaft - 4
  • wiith carrier br g-6
  • crossmember2-4 removal from trans
  • clutch slave cylinder -2
  • trans to bell housing -4
  • Shifter- floor screws -4
  • shift stick - Under boot press down and rotate stick retainer cup
  • Safety, ease of removal and damage prevention to engine components: SUPPORT REAR OF ENGINE.
  • clutch pressure plat -6
  • clutch pilot bushing - bronze- split w/small chisel- must replace- tap new bushinG into clean hole - lube with light amout of grease
  • Clutch release brg. replace and properly situate on fork and retainers
  • Note! check clutch disc for proper spline match with trans input shaft.
  • Note, Use clutch pilot tool (Parts store available) to center clutch disc while tightening pressure plate.
  • Check trans fluid level after assemby is complete. Good luck.FORCE NOTHING

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2003 Tiburon 6 spd clutch replacement now tranny won't respond


Possibility, you may have intalled the clutch disk backwards.... if so, the disk hub is torqued against the crankshaft hub preventing engagement of the clutch. 2003 TIBUORN DUAL MASS FLYWHEEL AND CLUTCH DISC ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION PROCEDURE DESCRIPTION: The 2003 MY 2.7L Tiburon vehicle equipped with the 6-speed manual transaxle employs a dual mass flywheel system. The 2003 Tiburon Shop Manual does not show the clutch disc assembly with the dual mass flywheel. This bulletin provides information about how to assemble these components. NOTE Although it is possible to assemble the clutch disc with either side facing the flywheel surface, only the assembly of these two parts shown in this bulletin is correct.
PARTS ASSEMBLY:
  1. Attach the dual mass flywheel to the engine crankshaft assembly.
  2. Identify the clutch disc flange side and the collar side as shown. 0240025a.gif
  3. Install the collar side of the clutch disc on the dual mass flywheel surface so that the flange side is facing the pressure plate side as shown. 0240025b.gif
  4. Attach the pressure plate to the dual mass flywheel and complete assembly of the remaining components per the Shop Manual procedures. 0240025c.gif

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