need to remove transmission, sounds like a bad clutch if your goin to replace that, replace the flywheel also, but stock oem flywheels are discontinued, you could get a used one and get it resurfaced but it's best to go with a new one in mycase, i got an act2100 clutch and act prolite flywheel
Noisy and chirpping soundS on a 1994 Crysler Lebaron could be as a result of the tensioner pulley and can be replaced by replacing the belt.
Not really. This sounds like a bad ground on the battery or the regulator.
Sounds like clutch mate check clutch Cable tensions Could also be Gearbox not Sync Probly!
Sounds like a bad clutch
Sounds like a broken clutch spring.
Some symptoms of a faulty clutch: - when you depress the clutch and press the gas (when changing gears) an used clutch will "slip" (maybe even make noise) and the car will accelerate slower than normal - when the gearbox is in neutral, some vibrations could be felt or some abnormal sounds could be heard
Sounds like your clutch disc is worn out and slipping.
Without knowing what make and model mower that you have these are just generic answers. 1) If it is an electric clutch that engages the blades you will need to determine if you are getting current to the clutch. You could have a bad switch, a bad clutch or a broken wire somewhere. 2) If it is a cable operated deck tensioner you could have a bad cable, pivot point or a bad pulley on the deck. 3) If it is linkage operated deck tensioner you could have a bad rod, pivot point or a bad pulley on the deck. Of course besides any of these scenarios you could also have a bad or stretched belt. You could also have some bracket broken on the deck.
Sounds like the thrust bearing is worn, gearbox out to change this, may as well change clutch at same time.
Sounds like you have the same problem I did a week ago, if that rattling noise is coming from the clutch basket area, gets worse with more RPM while riding, and sounds like a loose chain, your cam chain tensioner is probably in need of adjustment or in my case replacement. I would suggest taking it to a reputable local shop, have them take a look and a good listen and they could probably tell you exactly what it is. If it's indeed from the clutch basket, then you may need more work than I can give you the run down of (never had that problem, can't give any info on it) but if it's the cam chain tensioner you may just need a cheap part, a little time in the shop (dealer tool required to loosen the non adjustable tensioner) and your bike will be good as new. I would opt for the adjustable tensioner and keep an ear and eye on the thing from now on making adjustments as needed per the owners manual. Best of luck to another kool-aid owner! Grimm
The throw out bearing will only make noise when you press the clutch pedal. If the clutch is new, the throw out bearing is a required replacement in a clutch job. Sounds like a bad pilot bearing. Not enough info in the question. I had the same problm and it was input shaft bering, AND the counter shaft bering. Replace them and sloved the problm.
Sounds like the clutch is on it's way out.
It could be but the accessory belt could also be a v-belt type belt.
yes hydraulic could cause this also the clutch pressure plate could be collapsed
I could never find chatter also so I just transfered one from my old pearl game. Hope this helps ;)
I'm not a mechanic / technician , but it sounds like your clutch disc isn't disengaging completely when you push your clutch pedal in , so it sounds like a slave cylinder / throwout bearing problem. ( you could try starting it in neutral until the problem is repaired , at least the vehicle won't jump )
u could feel it if you're car is broken
No, what you're describing sounds more like a warped rotor. Sometimes a rotor will warp as it gets older. It's caused by heat.
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Should be done automatically by the belt tensioner - if not tensioner could be bad
A slipping clutch.
If it is a manual trans then it sounds like your not pushing the clutch in all the way. When you dont push the clutch in all the way then you will hear your gears grinding when you go to shift
I(f it doesn't chatter when you first start out, the engine is probably hesitating. ==Alternate Answer== You should also check your engine/transmission mounts. If your mounts are broken, when you drop the clutch the engine will feel like it wants to jump out of the car. Other than that, check your fluids, drivetrain parts and remember that a new clutch grabs harder than a worn one.