Question about Mitsubishi Passenger
Yes a clutch disc is a fairly big job. The transmission will need to be removed to access the Clutch. It is recommended to replace the clutch disc, pressure plate and throwout bearing as a set. You should also resurface or replace the flywheel. I am not sure if the system is hydraulic or cable driven-but be sure that whichever is in good working condition or premature failure could occur.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
Have a helper put it in first gear and then check to see if any of the driveshafts or half shafts are spinning. U could have a broken axle, or one of your axles popped out. Or u could have spun all the fiber or lining off your clutch disk. With car running try to shift in to gear without depressing the clutch if it goes into gear with no grinds then it your disk. just a few simple tricks to try.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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