A clutch does not go into gear. A clutch engages, Normally if a clutch fails to engage it is because it is worn. with a worn out clutch you are able to start the car in gear without your foot on the clutch and the car wont move. Normally before this happens you will notice what is known as a slipping clutch. A slipping clutch means that the engine is turning faster than it should to keep the car moving while in gear. once this starts to happen it does not take long for the whole show to come to a stand still.
Clutch Hitter happened in 1991.
When it starts slipping. Usually this will first start to happen in a high gear at full throttle, at the engine's torque peak (maybe 3000-4000 RPM? depends on which engine you have). I got 100K+ miles on my 1996 2WD 2.4L and I'm not easy on the clutch.
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well its not good for the transmition, you should be using the cluck cause it cost about 2 grand to replace the transmition, if you dont want to deal with the cluch i prefure a automatic
headache. that what will happen
well that should happen to all standard transmissions. you let out on the clutch, then the clutch grips against the flywheel, and stops. the same should happen if you are at a dead stop and dump the clutch. try it in neutral
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There are several things that happen when you burn the clutch. The basic thing is that you are not able to engage the gear which means that you will not be able to move the car.
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it would work perfectly well as it did and still does on the Vincent motor cycles of the fotties and fifties their clutch was centrifgal the initail drive being taken up by a single clutch plate as then centrifugal part of the clutch came in as the revs increased
I had the same thing happen to me in my 83 Toyota truck (mud truck). For me it was the slave cylinder. But it could also be the clutch is slipping also. I hope this helps Jamie.
If there is a clunking noise on a 1991 Firebird Formula 5.0 when going below 30 mph, and the clunking noise does not happen when the clutch is depressed, it is probably a problem with the flywheel. The flywheel moves freely when the clutch is depressed. When the clutch is not depressed, it could be that something is rubbing on the flywheel, like the clutch plate.
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If your replacing the clutch you shouldn't need to bleed anything. But you probly should adjust it, I'm prety sure the 86 has a cable clutch, which is easy to adjust. if you happen to have a hydrolic clutch you should bleed it just to make sure.
Science happen everywhere and every second. Science can explain why things happen. For example, science can explain why you can walk without slipping. This is because of friction.
Your pliers will keep slipping off the surface. This is not what they are intended for.
Well first of all, if your talking about a manual shift, the clutch is. more or less part of the transmission. Sounds to me like your clutch pad / disk is worn out or you burned it up. Which can happen if you slip the clutch all the time at stop lights / signs. In that case you should probably replace the clutch plate and disk replaced, and have your flywheel resurfaced.
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