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 Old 08-09-2019, 04:24 PM   #1
 
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Default Clutch not right

I was taking off from a hill the other day and when I was getting going my clutch took a change in the feeling of the pedal. I noticed but it still shifted so I drove it for about 3 minutes until I hit a stop sign and put it in neutral and I could not get it back into gear. I killed it and started it in first and limped it home. I instantly thought slave cylinder and put it in and bled the hell out of it just to find it is still the same. I did research and I have somewhat narrowed it down to a finger in the pressure plate jammed or a throw out bearing. I have checked the travel of the fork and it is right, and it does not bleed off when you hold it (at least not in a minute). Was wanting to know anyone else’s opinion or if it has happened to them before I tear it apart.
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Pull the red rubber boot back on the slave cylinder, have someone press clutch, does it leak?
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It isn’t leaking and I think it is moving the right amount of distance. I have replaced master and slave cylinder and bled it to where there is no way there is air in there. I read up that you want to make sure that the fork is moving the same distance as the length of your slave cylinder and I think it is, I want someone else’s opinion. https://youtu.be/HvIEjxNGk9k
I also noticed that there is a noise that sounds like it is coming from the clutch.
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at this point if you confirmed the hydraulic is ok, next is to remove the trans and take a look at the other parts like you said...

just start looking at clutch kit because it is not cheap and often need a new flywheel because it is a dual mass...
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Also check to see that the firewall or clutch pedal bracket haven't cracked.
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Originally Posted by SyntheticAtmosphere View Post
Also check to see that the firewall or clutch pedal bracket haven't cracked.
That is a good point, some had the problems with aftermarket PP and a speed6....
even if he confirmed the fork travel it may miss few mills because of that....
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