It works, fits, and performs great. Remove all traces of old threadlocker from the bolt thread. This disc features 8 high-coefficient ceramic pads for quick engagement and the extreme duty friction needed. I can understand the gearbox but the cambelt? Probably the most difficult thing you could do on a car. We pulled everything back apart, and installed the clutch disc according to the shop manual. It also makes the exhaust note a lil but deeper.
Drain Pan Die-Grinder Air Tools, Impact Guns Piece of cardboard, and marker to keep track of bolts Recommended to Replace: Flywheel Bolts Driveshaft Seals Driveshaft C-Clip only 1 First, start by jacking the car in the air, or using a lift if you have one. I've examined the pedal and mount several times, but the damn thing is hard to see well under the dash. What a lovable bunch we are!! First take out a big hammer and pound on the knuckle shown here: Do this until the knuckle moves down about 1cm. Why don't we show the price? There are three on each side. Gonna have them try a new Master on Monday.
Now remove the trans mount from the transmission. Pics taken with a camera phone btw. Formed a puddle on the ground in 3 spots. Apply a thin coat of high temperature grease on the clutch pressure plate spline thread. They must have adjusted it or maybe it's supposed to be that high? All posts without this information may be subject to being removed. So when it does go, i will source the parts and probably give it to him to do.
Many cars can also adjust the physical height and travel distance of the clutch. So much for that 'bumper-to-bumper' guarantee. The pilot bearing is known to premature wear. If so… how in the heck do I get those off? Also, there was for sure no leak there before I took it in. We know you love your Mazda 6 and want to make sure it's taken care of maybe he or she even has a name? This is a subreddit for asking Mechanical questions pertaining to vehicles, engines, etc. If you have air tools, excellent! The plaintiffs in this case are being represented by and.
If this work sounds like it falls outside your comfort zone, you should definitely let a professional handle your clutch replacement. Anyone know where I can get a new clutch pedal assembly in case I find that to be the issue? After my one-hour-turned-all-day task, I think I managed to get everything back together. Apr 28, 2010 check all mechanical parts of clutch pedal make sure there is no catching or draging in its joint lube if possible also check the spring that pulls the clutch pedal back up make sure not damaged or worn out, A different problem may be in your hydrolic clutch system, such as a bad slave cylinder or your system may just need bleeding, if you have a problem with your hydrolics when the clutch goes to the floor and stays you will not be able to disengage your clutch as well until you pull the clucth back up and pump it a few times. Either way it looks like you'll be dropping the transmission to work on the clutch. Pull these four bolts to get the shifter cables out of the way. Less likely chance of cross-threading the hydraulic line into the new master cylinder.
My problem, even though I know you don't want to hear this, was my flywheel. Pic on the left shows the gearbox front cover removed and a new oil sealed installed. I did my auto to manual swap in 3 weeks while working and doing other stuff and the other clutch job in just over a week, with work and playing around as well. It is important that you have it rebalanced if you opt to shave off this ring. Keep discussion friendly, civil, courteous, and professional. Vectra is a touch longer about 4. With the gearbox cleaned, remove the 6 bolts to reveal the front transmission oil seal.
I did not replace or resurface the flywheel in either car. Remove this bolt on each side this will cause the back side of the subframe to come down a bit. If its the latter it is possible at home, but usually involves some solid redneck engineering. I don't have any other mode of transport so I'm pretty screwed if it's not driveable. Same issue as you, clutch would be pressed down but clutch would engage anyway after a couple seconds. Got under the dash and took some pics of the pedal assembly.
One alternative is to replace them with a conventional one-piece aftermarket flywheel. I'd really appreciate some help on this. This sort of depends on the wear on the flywheel. And then I see it. Also, you can see in that 3rd pic where the clutch pedal has been smashing into the fire wall lining. I can't imagine this is a problem with the actual clutch. That reminds me: another thing to note on the clutch install is to use Moly Grease or similar high-temp grease on the collar for the throwout bearing.
Just grab the axle on either side of the cv and make a few sharp jerks. If that isn't available, provide all you know and explain why. Jan 30, 2013 It is most likely a hydraulic clutch, and it is most likely leaking at the clutch slave cylinder. Once this is removed, the rod can be turned to increase or decrease its distance from the clutch pedal. Apr 23, 2014 Sound like you're going to need a whole new clutch assembly, but if the fluid level was dry you may have sucked air into the system which means that the clutch will have to be bled at the slave cylinder, just like you would brakes.