On my 94 ranger I used a strap wrench to hold the pulley while I loosened the nut with a large crescent wrench. A strap wrench looks looks like a big rubber chunk of serpentine belt attached to a plastic handle. Sears sells them for about $20. If you position it just right you can wedge it against something while you use both hands to loosen the nut. Be patient and good luck. Robert
Check your local autoparts store for afan clutch wrench set from ProTools or somebody like that. The one I bought consists of two flat wrenches, a long one which fits the fan clutch hub and the another which is about 2-1/2 inches and which fits completely around the four pulley bolt heads to hold the pulley still. You may also need a breaker bar to extend the latter component. Note that this model fan clutch uses RIGHT-HAND threads, not L.H. as is perhaps more common.
Clutch plates are sticking - get your clutch checked you might need a new one
Does it turn over? Does it have spark? Fuel?
It doesnt work because oblivion has been running for a long time in alton towers and the clutch has now been over used so i doesnt work
check oil level in your hydraulic clutch if you have a hydraulic clutch. If not and it is a cable clutch check and make sure your clutch is adjusted properly. It may not be disengaging when you pull the clutch lever.
Probably do to a bad pressure plate and or clutch plate. I would first check linkage adjustment and slave cylinder before changing clutch.
The clutch is non-adjustable. It uses hydraulic fluid to release the clutch. If you are experiencing a dragging clutch, check your plates for warpage. This bike uses a 'slipper' type clutch so having the correct plates in certain places is important. If you have not changed your plates and they are the originals, check that the clutch fluid doesnt have air in it.
Turn the clutch by hand!
You have no clutch left. May of worn to the point it's not grabing or the clutch face may have blown off all at once. If you dump the clutch to often it can go all at once.
You do not have to, but its recommended. I have a family friend who is 21 and still doesnt have a permit or license
If the revs decrease as the speed decreases (in 3rd & uphill) then its not slipping, you don't need a new clutch, but if you are in any gear and the revs are increasing while the speed is decreasing, then the clutch is slipping.
they make it so the bike doesnt jerk around and stall when shifting gears and so you can shoot out of turns
You don't it doesnt have a cable it's all hydraulic cylinders
For fourwheelers it doesnt really matter what you have, it only matters if its a dirt bike because then break aways are a must
the front end load bearing or other bearing in the gearbox will be stuffed. when you engage the clutch the gearbox doesnt have any drive thru it so stops turning and then you noise stops.
P0645 AC clutch relay circuit. Possible causes: A/C CLUTCH RLY CIRCUIT WIRING HARNESS OBSERVABLE PROBLEM A/C CLUTCH RLY CIRCUIT WIRING HARNESS INTERMITTENT PROBLEM FUSED IGNITION SWITCH OUTPUT CIRCUIT OPEN A/C CLUTCH RELAY CONTROL CIRCUIT OPEN A/C CLUTCH RELAY CONTROL CIRCUIT SHORT TO GROUND A/C CLUTCH RELAY PCM (A/C CLUTCH RELAY)
Transmission or clutch slipping?
it doesnt matter what ball you use... ultra ball or master ball is recommended though
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The 97 Tiburon doesnt have a clutch cable. It is hydrolic. Look on the right hand side of the motor directly on top of the transmission and you will see a cylinder about an inch and a half wide and 4 inches wide bolted down with 2 12mm bolts with a rod coming out of it that connects to a lever on the transmission. This is what controls your clutch!
That noise is coming from your throw out bearing mate, the bearing that engages the pressure plate of your clutch, many vehicles make the noise, I have seen vehicles with a knew clutch put in and it still makes the noise, id doesnt effect the performance and is too big a problem to worry about.
If the car judders as it pulls away but the problem goes away after a while the discs are contaminated with water.If the car judders as it pulls away always, its contaminated with oil, suspect a leaking engine seal/gland.if the car overrevs as it pulls away and there is a burning smell, the clutch is burnt out.If the car is in gear but doesnt pull away. The clutch is burnt out.If the car is a manual shift and it creeps if thebrake is off and the car is in gear and the clutch is engaged. Check the clutch adjustment.
We can't see this centrifugal clutch, so we would suggest YOU removing the cover and looking to see what has gone wrong. possibly the friction surfaces have worn down, or a spring could have broken or come loose.
The symthoms are either the clutch bite is near or at the top of the pedal, car drives ,but engine revs high but the car doesnt go any faster, some times you r unable to select gears and normally you will have a burning smell.