5th gear synro is inside the trans... the clutch has nothing to do with it.
take tranny apart and replace 5th gear syncro
At my shop with clutch and laber it would cost about 1,800
if there is a clutch adjustment on car, adjust the clutch if no adjustment, you will shortly need to replace the clutch
You should not attempt to replace the clutch yourself unless you have considerable mechanical skills. In this case, the problem is most likely that the spring holding the clutch pedal in place is broken.
In order to replace a clutch on 1989 Acura Legend, you would have to remove the old one. You will do this by removing the jam nut that holds the pedal and disconnecting it from the throttle cable and replace it with a new one.Ê
The cost to replace the clutch in a 1999 Chevy Cavalier ranges from $100 to $180. This depends on part brand and labor costs.
I have been told by Hyundai services that it would cost me $950 to replace the clutch of my 2000 Hyundai accent. I think this is a reasonable price.
To remove the clutch the vehicle would need suspending to access better. After it as been lifted the motor mount and clutch can be removed. Replace and return parts.
You replace it. The oil is in the clutch face and if you use it, the face will come off of the disc. There is no way to clean it.
sounds like clutch needs adjustment or time to replace it
Professionally, it will cost around $2,000 to replace a broken shifter and clutch in a 96' Chevy Beretta. Just the replacement clutch and shifter will end up costing you around $800.00.
The estimated cost for parts and labor to replace the clutch on a 1993 Toyota Camry is between $1,260 and $1,687. This can be higher or lower depending on where a person lives.
You don't HAVE to replace the clutch, but, since the clutch has to be removed before the flywheel can come off, it'd be foolish not to. There's a lot of work involved that would have to be duplicated later.
no one gives a 'BLEEP'
The throwout bearing is bad. This bearing sits in the center of the clutch. Replacing it requires removing the transmission from the car, and it would be a VERY good time to replace both the clutch and the pressure plate while you have it apart.
There may be some drag on the AC clutch when it is disengaged as the clutch 'free-wheels' during this time. When you engage the AC ,the clutch 'locks up' and the noise disappears. If the noise gets worse you may need to replace the clutch, if it stays the same and it not very loud, I would not replace it.
If it is a manual transmission I would suspect you have clutch problems. Possibly gear lube or hydraulic clutch fluid has leaked onto the clutch surface. The only repair is to replace the clutch and repair the leak. When you let the clutch out this causes the clutch to chatter thus causing the shaking.
A slipping clutch may cause cracks on the flywheel wear surface from excessive heat. The cracks would be reason enough to replace the flywheel when replacing the clutch assembly.
You have to pull apart the engine and transmission. If your asking this question, I would belive the best way to replace the cutch is taking it to the repair shop.
Not if it is working alright. however if you suspect its the worst for wear it would be a good idea,
i would leave it alone.
I am having the clutch in my 95 civic dx replaced today. It is going to cost me about $980. Not sure if yours would be more or less.
your shift linkages arent aligned proper, or there is something wrong with the cable.