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What I usually do is put a bolt about the size of the capacity in the chuck and lock the hex portion in a vise and gradually turn the collar to increase the torque. BE CAREFUL when you start getting to the drill only position because it might want to rip out of your hands.

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Firstly please write in english ,is this a new word meachanic like it refers to a female mechanic of something or am i missing the plot ,because what was the original fault by the derivative meaning of the clutch was slipping or thought it was slipping now a proper trained mechanic would know if the clutch was slipping not just thought it might be slipping was the said vehicle test driven by the mechanic in question or just seen you as a cash cow and changed the clutch because its easy to do and a lot of mark up on the clutch unit without the labour charge involved.No take it back to the alledged mechanic and get him/her to sort it as i think the correct diagnosis wasnt applied to start with in this case.Perhaps a coil pack has gone done or a problem with the fuel whos knows without a drive of the vehicle to determine exactly whats wrong

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My daughter said her 93 Nissan Sentra gear stick jumped from Drive into Neutral while making a loud noise. She was driving 25 mph. Could she have accidentally moved the gear stick without squeezing the...


it could be the clutch is going out...usually the clutch goes out in 10 years if you are a good driver...
i don't think its the transmission but you can take the car to the nearest mechanic and let him check it out for you...
let the mechanic test drive it for you...you can only know what the problem is when you test drive it and the same thing happens to you...
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TEst for slipping clutch is travel about 30 mph. press clutch, shift to 3rd, rev engine pretty high and release clutch, at the time of clutch release, floor throttle. If the engine continues to race, clutch not grabbing porperly, if the clutch works properly, the engine will be slowed and engauged.
You can always get a 2nd opinon from another shop.

the 85,000 mile coutch worn out issue dependes entirely on driving habits of the operators.

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It sounds like you have a slipping clutch, and any mechanic should be able to diagnose upon test drive. if there is low brake fluid then it could be a fault with the hydrolics of the clutch system, either clutch master cylinder or concentric slave cylinder.

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Need help with error code 08,055.44:10509


8,055.4x: CAP_FAULT_ENGAGING_STALL
The media path drive module has stalled while engaging the headtilt.
1. Check for an obstruction in the wiper assy drive.
2. Check for a broken wiper drive belt or gear.
3. Verify the head lock mechanism on the right end of the
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4. Run the Head Maintenance Clutch test, replace the
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5. Run the Wiper Drive test. Replace the exit assembly if
the test fails.

I have the service manual available should you need it. Thanks and please take a moment to rate as fixya.

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