Question about 2001 Daewoo Nubira
If you machined the flywheel and assembled the clutch without placing a shim between the flywheel and the engine crank shaft, this is most likely what your problem is. If you took 30 thousanths of an inch off of the flywheel, this could move the pressure plate in toward the engine just far enough that the throw-out bearing cannot get enough travel to disengage the clutch. You need to take it back apart and put a 30 thousanth flywheel shim in it. (or 40 thousanth, 50 thousanth, etc. depending on how much was taken off of the flywheel.) See the picture below of a flywheel shim. This is an example...one that will fit your car may look a little different.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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