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Ive just replaced clutch assembly and machined flywheel surface, andreplaced worn fork on a 1999 leganza 2.0L. it had disengement probs . still wont clear enough to engage gears! do these have problems with piviot shaft/lever? how much play is allowable in bushs?

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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.

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How do i replace a clutch on a 2008 scion xb


There is a video about this on line

I would suggest that you get a paperback repair manual like a Haynes to help you if you do it yourself. Or sign up at Autozone.com and see if they have any downloadable free guides specific to XBs. Autozone won't spam you for signing up.

Feb 07, 2015 | 2008 Scion Xb

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2004 Hyundai Tiburon Clutch.


First you need to remove the Transaxle.

Manual Transaxle System REMOVAL

1. Remove the engine cover.
2. Remove the battery terminal.
3. Remove the air duct.
4. Remove the battery tray.
5. Remove the air cleaner.
(1) Upper
(2) Lower
6. Remove the back-up lamp switch.
7. After removing the CKP sensor, O2 sensor and oil pressure switch wiring bracket, separate the connectors.
8. Remove the brake fluid leveling sensor connector.
9. Remove the speedometer driven gear connector.
10. Remove the clutch release cylinder mounting bolt.
11. Remove the cotter pin of the shift cable (transaxle side).
12. Remove the cotter pin of the select cable. (transaxle side)
13. Remove the clip of the shift cable (transaxle side).
14. Remove the clip of the select cable (transaxle side).
15. Separate the steering column shaft joint.
16. Separate the power steering oil pump hose.
Be careful not to leak after separating.
17. Separate the hose after removing the clip of the power steering return hose.
18. Remove the upper connecting transaxle bolt.
19. Separate the start motor.
20. Install the engine support fixture.
21. After removing the tire, remove the caliper.
22. Remove the transaxle side cover.
23. Remove the transaxle side under cover.
24. Separate the tie rod end.
25. Remove the wheel speed sensor and the knuckle mounting bolt.
26. Drain the oil.
27. Remove the transaxle mounting bracket.
(1) Insulator bolt
(2) Body side mounting bolt (Upper)
(3) Body side mounting bolt (Side)
(4) Transaxle side mounting bolt.
28. Remove the front roll stopper.
(1) Insulator bolt
(2) Stopper bolt (Upper)
(3) Stopper bolt (Lower)
29. Remove the rear roll stopper.
(1) Insulator bolt
(2) Stopper bolt
30. Remove the drive shaft.
31. Remove the front muffler.
32. Remove the sub frame mounting bolt.
33. Install the transaxle jack.
34. Remove the transaxle lower mounting bolt to the engine.
35. Remove the transaxle assembly.

INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse of the removal.

Then inspect and replace the clutch place and pressure plate.

INSTALLATION
1. Apply multipurpose grease to the release bearing contact surfaces and the release cylinder contact surface of the clutch release fork assembly.
When installing the clutch, apply grease to each part, but be careful not to apply excessive grease. It can cause clutch slippage and judder.
2. Apply multipurpose grease into the groove of the release bearing.
3. Apply multipurpose grease to the clutch release lever fulcrum contact surface of the clutch release fork assembly.
4. Clean the surfaces of the flywheel and pressure plate thoroughly with fine sandpaper or crocus cloth, and make certain that all oil or grease has been removed.
5. Apply a small amount of multipurpose grease to the clutch disc splines and input shaft splines.
Do not apply more grease than necessary. Too much grease could cause clutch slip or judder.
6. Using the special tool, install the clutch disc to the flywheel. When installing the clutch disc, be sure that the surface having the manufactures stamp is towards the pressure plate side.
7. Install the the clutch cover assembly onto the flywheel and install the six (6) bolts through the clutch cover into the flywheel.
8. Tighten the bolts by one or two turns at a time, in succession, to avoid bending the cover flange.
If a special tool is not available, tighten the bolt temporarily and then torque to specification in diagonal torquing sequence indicated below.
TIGHTENING TORQUE
Single mass flywheel:
15~22 N·m (150~220 kg·cm, 11~16 lb·ft)
Dual mass flywheel:
20~27 N·m (200~270 kg·cm, 14~19 lb·ft)
9. Remove the special tool.
10. Install the transaxle. (Refer to GROUP - Manual Transaxle Assembly)
11. Adjust the clutch pedal free-play. (See CH-6)
INSPECTION
1. Check the diaphragm spring end for wear and uneven height.
Replace if wear is evident or height difference exceeds the limit.
2. Check the pressure plate surface for wear, cracks and color change.
3. Check the rivets for looseness and replace the clutch cover assembly if necessary.
CLUTCH DISC
1. Check the clutch facing for loose rivets, uneven contact, deterioration due to seizure, adhesion of oil, or grease, and replace the clutch disc if defective.
2. Measure the rivet sink and replace the clutch disc if it is out of specification
3. Check for torsion spring play and damage and if defective, replace the clutch disc.
4. Clean the splines on the input shaft and install the clutch disc.
If the disc does not slide smoothly or if play is excessive, replace the clutch disc and/or the input shaft.
CLUTCH RELEASE BEARING
The release bearing is packed with grease. Do not use cleaning solvent or oil.
1. Check the bearing for seizure, damage or abnormal noise. Also check the diaphragm spring contacting points for wear.
2. Replace the bearing if the release fork contacting points are worn abnormally.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse of the removal.
Then remove pressure plate and Clutch plate.

1. Insert the special tool (that came with your clutch kit) in the clutch disc to prevent the disc from falling.
2. Loosen the bolts that attach the clutch cover to the flywheel in a star pattern.
3. Loosen the bolts in succession, one or two turns at a time, to avoid bending the cover flange.

on Jan 13, 2010 | Hyundai Tiburon Cars & Trucks

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I have a 91 mercury capri xr2 5 speed and suddenly ive noticed that the clutch is not engaging synchronically as it usually does, ill let off the clutch pedal and the rpm's will shoot up way faste


It sounds like you have a worn out clutch. You need to remove the transmission and replace the clutch assembly and have the flywheel machined. Since this is a very expensive repair have a shop confirm my guess.

Oct 05, 2012 | Mercury Cars & Trucks

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We just got a 1985 F350, we need to replace the clutch and not sure exactly how to go about it...we have the transmission down and the clutch kit just need to know where to go from there. Thanks to anyone...


The first thing to do is to have the flywheel re-surfaced because a warped flywheel will cause the clutch to chatter or shudder when you let up the clutch pedal, and also be certain that the pilot bearing is replaced, it can be difficult to remove the pilot bearing from the end of the crankshaft and you will most likely need to obtain a good pilot bearing puller to remove it.

Clean the bell-housing and the rear of the engine block while the flywheel is being re-surfaced, and be sure that all of the old clutch material and dust has been cleaned from the bell-housing and the rear of the engine block, and contamination from an old clutch disk will lead to early clutch failure.

After the flywheel has been installed and torqued down, then you will need to mount the clutch disk and the pressure-plate assembly together onto the flywheel, and be sure that the clutch disk is facing the right way (usually the spring hub will go towards the pressure-plate assembly), and then start to install the pressure-plate assembly bolts but only hand tighten them for now. After the bolts have been started then use the clutch disk alignment tool that should have come with the clutch kit to align the clutch disk with the pilot bearing, and when you have it aligned so that the alignment tool easily slips through the clutch disk and into the pilot bearing, then tighten down the bolts to the pressure-plate assembly one turn at a time in a criss-cross pattern until the pressure-plate assembly is flush with the flywheel and then you can torque down the pressure-plate assembly bolts. This is a critical step and the better aligned that you get the disk and pilot bearing, and the easier it is to remove and replace the alignment tool, the easier it will be to install the transmission, and the transmission input shaft should slip smoothly through the clutch disk and into the pilot bearing and not have any difficulties mounting up to the engine, and if the transmission hangs up when you are installing it and and the transmission input shaft does not go straight in through the clutch disk and into the pilot bearing, it can damage the clutch hub and the clutch will chatter or shudder when you let the clutch pedal up, and it will shorten the life of the clutch.

After the clutch has been aligned then install the throw-out/release bearing onto the transmission input shaft collar and the throw-out/release bearing fork, and use a lithium based grease on the pivot points of the throw-out/release bearing fork and where the fork contacts the throw-out/release bearing, and if it did not come greased, then lightly grease the inside of the throw-out/release bearing with a lithium based grease and do not over do it on the grease, you want just enough grease to keep the throw-out bearing and the input shaft collar lubricated but still have a smooth operation to it, and you do not want to damage the clutch from oil or grease contamination as this will cause the new clutch disk to slip.

The transmission can now be installed into the vehicle and be careful not to hang the transmission input shaft on the clutch disk or the clutch disk will be damaged. I hope that this information will help you to replace that clutch with a proper quality repair that you will get the most out of.

Jun 10, 2010 | 1985 Ford F350

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How get to flywheel bolts


In the Toyota Pick-ups/Land Cruiser/4Runner 1989-1996 (free register) can find several graphics about this.

Driven Disc and Pressure Plate - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

(see Figures 1 through 27).

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CAUTION The clutch driven disc may contain asbestos, which has been determined to be a cancer causing agent. Avoid inhaling any dust from any clutch surface! When cleaning clutch surfaces, use a commercially available brake cleaning fluid. Never clean clutch surfaces with compressed air.
  1. Remove the transmission.
  1. Matchmark the clutch cover (pressure plate) and flywheel, indicating their relationship.
  1. Loosen the clutch cover-to-flywheel retaining bolts one turn at a time in a crisscross pattern. The pressure on the clutch disc must be released GRADUALLY.
  1. Remove the clutch cover-to-flywheel bolts. Remove the clutch cover and the clutch disc.
  1. If the clutch throwout bearing is to be replaced, do so at this time as follows:
  1. Remove the bearing retaining clip(s) and remove the bearing and hub.
  2. Remove the release fork and the boot.
  3. The bearing is press fit to the hub. Turn the bearing by hand while placing it under some pressure; check for freedom of motion and lack of grinding or resistance. The bearing is permanently lubricated and cannot be disassembled or greased.
  4. Clean all parts; lightly grease the input shaft splines and all of the contact points.
  5. Install the bearing/hub assembly, fork, boot, and retaining clip(s) in their original locations.
  1. Inspect the flywheel surface for cracks, heat scoring (blue marks), and warpage. If oil is present on the flywheel surface, this indicates that either the engine rear oil seal or the transmission front oil seal is leaking. If necessary, replace the seal(s). If in doubt concerning the condition of the flywheel, consult an automotive machine shop.
  1. Before installing any new parts, make sure that they are clean. During installation, do not get grease or oil on any of the components, as this will shorten clutch life considerably. Grease or fingerprints may be cleaned with an evaporative cleaner such as the type used on brake linings.

To install:
  1. Position the clutch disc against the flywheel. The long side of the splined section faces the flywheel.
  2. Install the clutch cover over the disc and install the bolts loosely. Align the matchmarks made. If a new or rebuilt clutch cover assembly is installed, use the matchmark on the old cover assembly as a reference.

Whenever the clutch disc is replaced, replacement of the pressure plate (clutch cover) and release bearing is highly recommended.
  1. Align the clutch disc with the flywheel using a clutch aligning tool. These handy tools are available in many auto parts stores at a reasonable price. Do NOT attempt to align the clutch disc by eye; use an alignment tool.
  1. With the clutch aligning tool installed, tighten the clutch cover bolts gradually in a star pattern, as is done with lug nuts. Final tighten the bolts to 14 ft. lbs. (19 Nm).
  2. Apply molybdenum disulfide grease or multi-purpose grease to the release fork contact points, the pivot and the clutch disc splines. Install the boot, fork, and bearing on the transmission input shaft.
  3. Install the transmission.
Hope helped.

Mar 15, 2010 | Toyota Pickup Cars & Trucks

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How to fit a new clutch into a ford escort 1300cc 1994


1991-96 Models
See Figures 1, 2 and 3
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  3. Remove the transaxle assembly.
  4. If the clutch assembly is to be reused, matchmark the pressure plate and the flywheel so they can be assembled in the same position.
  5. Install flywheel holding tool T84P-6375-A or equivalent, in a transaxle mounting hole on the engine and engage the tooth of the holding tool into the flywheel ring gear.



0900c1528008df86.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Fig. 1: Install a flywheel holding tool in a transaxle mounting hole on the engine, and engage the tooth of the tool into the flywheel ring gear
  1. Loosen the pressure plate-to-flywheel retaining bolts one turn at a time, in a crisscross pattern, until the spring tension is relieved, to prevent pressure plate cover distortion.
  2. Support the pressure plate and unfasten the retaining bolts. Remove the pressure plate and clutch disc from the flywheel.

If the flywheel shows any signs of overheating (blue discoloration) or if it is badly grooved or scored, it should be refaced or replaced.
  1. Inspect the flywheel, clutch disc, pressure plate, release bearing, pilot bearing and the clutch fork for wear. Replace parts as needed.

To install:
  1. If removed, install a new pilot bearing using a suitable installation tool.
  2. If removed, install the flywheel. Make sure the flywheel and crankshaft flange mating surfaces are clean. Tighten the flywheel retaining bolts to 71-76 ft. lbs. (96-103 Nm) on the 1.8L engine or 54-67 ft. lbs. (73-91 Nm) on the 1.9L engine.
  3. Clean the pressure plate and flywheel surfaces thoroughly. Position the clutch disc and pressure plate into the installed position and support them with a dummy shaft or clutch aligning tool. If the clutch assembly is being reused, align the matchmarks that were made during the removal procedure.
  4. Install the pressure plate-to-flywheel retaining bolts. Tighten the bolts in the correct sequence to 13-20 ft. lbs. (18-26 Nm). Remove the alignment tool.



0900c1528008df87.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Fig. 2: Position the clutch disc and pressure plate into the installed position and support them with a clutch aligning tool


0900c1528008df88.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Fig. 3: Tighten the pressure plate-to-flywheel retaining bolts to specification in the sequence illustrated
  1. If the release bearing was removed, lubricate the release fork where it contacts the bearing and install the bearing in the fork.
  2. Install the transaxle assembly.
  3. Lower the vehicle.
  4. Bleed the hydraulic clutch system, if needed.
  5. Connect the negative battery cable.
  6. Road test the vehicle and check the clutch for proper operation.

Sep 30, 2009 | 1994 Ford Escort

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Wanting to replace the clutch because it is slipping.


Hope this helps. Best of luck to you!
Greg

Removal & Installation
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  3. Remove the transaxle.
  4. Gradually loosen the clutch pressure plate bolts, in a crisscross pattern. Support the pressure plate and remove the bolts. Remove the pressure plate and clutch disc.
  5. Inspect the pilot bearing. If it is worn or damaged and does not turn easily by hand, remove it using a puller/slide hammer.
  6. Check the flywheel surface for scoring, cracks or burning and machine or replace, as necessary.
  7. Install a flywheel holder to keep the flywheel from turning. Loosen the flywheel bolts evenly and gradually in a crisscross pattern. Remove the flywheel.
  8. Inspect the clutch release bearing for wear. Replace it if it sticks or does not turn easily.
  9. Inspect the release fork for wear or damage and replace as necessary.
To install: 7923kg32.gif Structural view of the hydraulic clutch system
7923kg33.gif Exploded view of the clutch assembly
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7923kg34.gif Flywheel tightening sequence
7923kg35.gif Pressure plate tightening sequence

  1. Lubricate the release fork fingers and pivot with molybdenum grease and install in the release fork boot.
  2. Install the clutch release bearing on the release fork.
  3. Install a new pilot bearing in the flywheel, if removed.
  4. Be sure the flywheel mounting surface and the crankshaft or eccentric shaft mounting surfaces are clean. Remove any old sealant from the flywheel bolt hole threads and the flywheel bolts.
  5. Install the flywheel.
  6. Apply sealant to the flywheel bolt threads and install them hand-tight. Install the flywheel holding tool. Tighten the bolts, in a crisscross pattern, to 71–76 ft. lbs. (96–103 Nm).
  7. Apply a small amount of molybdenum grease to the clutch disc splines and install the clutch disc on the flywheel, spring side toward the transaxle. Install a suitable alignment tool in the pilot bearing to position the clutch disc.
  8. Install the clutch pressure plate, aligning the dowel holes with the flywheel dowels.
  9. Install the pressure plate bolts and gradually tighten, in a crisscross pattern to 20 ft. lbs. (26 Nm). Remove the alignment tool.
  10. Install the transaxle.

May 20, 2009 | 2004 Kia Rio

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How to put in a clutch


It always makes good sense to mark parts before disassembling them. Clutch parts are balanced at the factory while on the engine. If the clutch cover is to be used again, it should be replaced in its original position. Make a centerpunch mark on the flywheel and on the clutch.
CAUTION
Use a HEPA vacuum to vacuum any asbestos dust from the assembly before disassembling it. Asbestos fibers can pass through a regular vacuum bag.
Use an aligning arbor to hold the disc while removing the clutch cover.
f63-11.jpg Use an aligning arbor to hold the disc while removing the clutch cover. This will prevent it from falling accidentally. Unbolt the pressure plate bolts evenly to prevent bending the plate when the last bolt is removed. Carefully remove the assembly. Be careful not to drop the parts; they are heavy.
Inspect the clutch parts for damage. You will want to determine the cause before replacing the parts. A repeat failure must be avoided.
Use hot soapy water, brake parts cleaner, or alcohol to clean off any grease from clutch parts. Metal surfaces can be deglazed with sandpaper.
CAUTION
Do not wash clutch parts in solvent. Solvent contains oil that will be absorbed into the friction surfaces of the metal.
A clutch cover assembly is usually replaced when a disc is worn. If it is unworn, it may be reused. If you choose to reuse a clutch cover that appears to be in good condition, inspect the pressure plate to see that it is flat.
To replace the clutch assembly:
  • Install the clutch cover.
  • Install the clutch disc.
  • Attach the disc and clutch cover to the flywheel.
  • Align the punch marks on the flywheel and clutch cover if the parts are being reused.
  • Align the clutch disc.


May 09, 2009 | 1995 Nissan Maxima

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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

Dec 14, 2008 | 2004 Hyundai Tiburon

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1999 nissan se 2.0


Clutch disk may have runout
1. Check the clutch disc contacting surface of the flywheel for damage and wear. Replace the flywheel if excessively damaged or worn. 2. Check the clutch disc contacting surface of the flywheel for runout. 3. Check the ring gear for damage, crack and wear, and replace if necessary.
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To inspect you better take it to service station
1. Remove the transaxle and clutch. 2. Remove clutch assembly

Aug 08, 2008 | 1999 Nissan Sentra

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