I bought this thing the other day I replaced the engine cause it had a busted piston. put on a new clutch that pulls instead of pushing, Thats just stupid. Anyway, it made it 20 feet with the first clutch, and the bearing poped out of the pressure plate. I put in a new one thinking that mabey it was defective. I was wrong, I drove it about 30miles and this one has done the same thing. I thnk that one of the prongs on the fork may be bent and its pulling the bearing sideways. yes new slave cyl. what do you think?
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You have a sprag (over running one way clutch) that is not working properly, or a support bearing that is shot and causing one clutch to put preasure on another and trying to engage it also
it is time for a rebuild or new trans
This procedure is not for the novice. The water pump is driven via the timing belt. It is recommended that the belt be replaced at the same time as the pump. There is serious risk of engine damage (valves/pistons) if you accidentally move the camshaft or crankshaft from proper alignment when removing or replacing the belt/pump, and it is extremely easy to do just that while trying to position the belt. Unless you are very skilled at engine repair, you should leave this one to someone who is skilled at it.
sound like sump compression. meaning the compression passes the piston into the sump and forcing the oil upward. might be only rings which need replacement or the sleeves needs to be re-bored to fit new oversize pistons.
hi i had this problem my self not all of 2 weeks ago rebuilding a holden rodeo c22ne motor had bad miss new plugs will do you no good on this one in my case the side of the piston had cracked the three ring holes right threw leaving only the oil ring intact in this case if you have replaced coil and spark plugs and all sensors its almost betting to be a busted piston do a compression test to see your pistons should be around 190 psi if number one is down a long way ie in my case 50 psi its about $250 to fix your self and you have to buy all pistons no use buying one only
It is the harmonic balancer, ie. pulley. It is a two piece--with rubber between the two. It will, especially if belt dressing or other lubricant has penetrated it, slip. I just ordered a new one online for $70. It is a fairly common problem.
is it a automatic?if so move the shifter as u start it,,,try to start it in neutral ,if it is manual shift try pushing the clutch pedal down ,and let the clutch pedal fly up hard ,then try starting it ,this will tell u if it is in the neutral saftey switch or the clutch switch
If the seals around the shafts of master and slave are tight, they may be concealing a leak with fluid bypassing the piston seals internal to the two assemblies.
Either your master or slave cylinders need to be replaced ot have new seals installed.
Once you find the culprit and have installed a replacement, you will have to bleed the lines to evacuate air trap in the lines.
Good news is - I don't think you need a new engine.
As there are many moving parts that could create a knocking sound, it usually needs careful inspection to identify where it is from.
I will give a list of some of the causes and remedies. Yours will probably be one of them, but unless I was there - it could be any.
Loose exhaust component (causes rattles and thumps) - replace parts or joints.
Loose Engine mounts - Engine will move about a lot more than normal - Replacement of mounts.
Fraying Belts - causes continual ticking or slapping - Replace belts and check tension.
Timing is off - bad running, lack of power, pre ignition or knocking at low revs. Check timing belt - Replace, Tune engine.
Cracked valve - slight misfire worse at low revs - Replacement valves.
Clutch Problems - Broken spring or loose bolt - Check clutch plate - replace clutch plates.
Older engines - often accompanying smoke -
Broken Piston ring - continual ticking or occasional misfire - Replace Piston rings
Worn Piston bearings - Piston Slap - Replacement of all piston bearings.
Transmission Problems (only heard when in gear or with clutch out) - Broken gear teeth or worn bearings - Replacement of Transmission or rebuild.
Some of these remedies require engine removal and strip down, others are a simpler fix.
could also be the host/tube connecting the master and slave together. Could be a small hole that sucks in air when you let off the clutch and pushing the fluid out on to a host that is so dirty or in such a dark place that you can't see the fluid seeping out on the hose