Throw out barring fork doesnot allignment with clutch slave fork too short
Did it pop out of position or what? Or was this after you replaced the clutch or what?
Well on clutch forks ive seen. There is a rounded stud sticking out and goes into a rounded
spot on the that the fork, and the makes the fork pivot.
And theres a spring that snaps the throwout bearing onto the fork. Could either be that
the spring broke, or the fork is not aligned on the rounded stud and has slipped down.
I think the spring broke and made the fork drop down, because the spring holds the bearing
onto the fork and the fork could not have dropped down without the spring either breaking
on popping off. There is usually a rubber boot that covers the place where the fork goes
into the transmission. Pull the boot off and look through the holes where the boot goes.
If somrhing has come off or broken you will be able to tell.
Aug 12, 2011 |
1987 Dodge D150