The average price for a fitted replacement clutch is $180. The clutch will require three hours of labor to install.
Should be between 3/4 and 1 inch of freeplay in clutch pedal
i think the clutch pedal should be the same as a 94 escort where it would be around 2.5 inches wide and 2 inches tall
If you do not use the clutch to shift, there are a couple of parts that will eventually wear to the point of causing the transmission to drop out of gear. Given the cost of clutch replacement or gear replacement, you should always use the clutch. Similarly, you should not downshift (with or without the clutch) to slow the vehicle down. Use the brakes. Brake pad replacement is simple and inexpensive on most motorcycles.)
Should be right beside the brake master cylindar.
Whenever you are having a problem with the clutch disengaging the engine from the transmission it is advisable to bleed the clutch slave cylinder. If the clutch can't be operated by bleeding the slave cylinder then the clutch master cylinder is gone and should be replaced.
the fly wheel should have been turned.
Labor should be around $350. You can get the Exedy clutch kit (OEM) off Ebay for $180 shipped.
Parts,$300 and the book time for a 4x4 Rav is 12hrs as the engine/trans have to come out as a unit to replace the clutch.
under the hood you should have the brake master cylinder which is larger and a smaller reservoir and this should be for the clutch.
A variable DC servo will last for some time. Just make sure to properly keep it maintained. Since the motor is a replacement for a clutch motor you should expect your motor to last a very long time. The motor comes with a full year warranty.
It should be beside the engine oil pan, in the bell housing on the driver's side of the car.
i had both knee replaced about how much should i expect to get for payout
No lube required. If it is loose or noisy it's time for replacement.
Normally DOT3 brake fluid. Check you owner's manual or look on the reservoir cap.
If you go to the dealer you should expect to pay $1200 or more.
First you've got to pull the transmission. After that you've got to take the plate with tines on it off and take the clutch off and take the flexplate or the flywheel off. You have to use a rod to place in the Flywheel to center the new clutch. Also, at this time you should replace the bushing in the flywheel.
Your mower has an electric PTO clutch that is worn out. It clutch stops working when it gets hot. Replace the PTO clutch and you should be fine. Expect to pay about $150 for the part.
The clutch safety switch is on the clutch pedal shaft. It is a small black box with a plunger coming out of it. When you push the clutch down, the clutch safety switch connects the starter and it should turn over. If it doesn't you may have to replace it or adjust it. It's adjustable. Just adjust it until the red plunger is fully retracted out of the switch when the clutch pedal is pushed in all the way.
there should be 6 clutch plates
Mine does the same thing, I have over 150k miles on the factory clutch and its nearing replacement. the shudder is usually caused by a worn flywheel that has warped or has a hotspot on it. Sounds like your close to needing a replacement as well. Just drive normally and don't ride the clutch and you should be able to get some more miles out of it.
It is under the hood on the firewall. There should be a round white container bolted back on the driver side next to the brake reservoir.
torque converter clutch is not engaging. new tranny is probably in order. could be an electrical issue as well. you should probably take it to a shop and have them diagnose it for you!
The 97 Escort should have 5-30 oil.
It sounds as if the clevis connector for the clutch master cylinder may be incorrectly adjusted too far out. Removing the cotter retaining pin and the pin that attaches the clevis to the clutch pedal and turning the adjustment nut to shorten the clutch 'travel' should fix the problem. (or if you had a shop do the clutch replacement, bring it back to the shop and have them correctly adjust the clutch master cylinder travel) Hope this helps