It depends entirely on the way you drive it. If you are only doing cross country driving, freeway all the way except to fill up, you could probably go a million miles. If you're in the city, with a stoplight every hundred yards and all of the lights seem to be red, it could go out in as little as 5 thousand miles or even less, especially if you ride the clutch. As the driver, you get to decide how long the clutch will last.
We need more info here. How do you tell if the clutch has "WHAT" in a Pontiac Sunfire?
The labor to replace a clutch on a 1996 Pontiac Sunfire can range from $670 to $850, depending on where you go. This does not include the cost of the clutch itself, which is roughly $800.
A picture of the clutch assembly removal process for a 250 Polaris Trailblazer can be found in the repair manual. It details how to access, disassemble, and remove the assembly.
I had to change the clutch at 120,000 kilometers.
I think it is a clutch operated switch mounted on the clutch pedel up under the dash.
You will need a flywheel assembly, Clutch assembly, Through out bearing assembly, Bell housing and Clutch peddle assembly. A lot of hard work. Why just not beef up the automatic that's in it?
It should be self adjusting. If its slipping then your clutch may be worn. Or if it has other symptoms, there could be a different problem. It says the clutch system is self adjusting in my manual.
Buy a Manual. ;)
If you clutch and it either goes all the way in with no pressure there is a leak in your slave cylinder or the higher you have to clutch means your clutch is sliping and has to be replaced. If your doing a lot of power shifting i would suggest you get a racing clutch instead.
Generally, the clutch slips because it has become worn, either through time or abuse or both, or the cable is binding or damaged.
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the return spring on the clutch pedal assembly must be replaced.
The bell housing surrounds the clutch assembly. Mounted between the engine and the transmission.
There is a special tool that will pull the clutch assembly off of the compressor, available at your local parts store!
Well, we need lots more information here. Is the clutch pedal actually "stuck" to the floor? In other words, can you NOT lift the pedal up to the normal position? OR, has the clutch pedal "fallen" to the floor due to no resistance from the clutch?
Cable clutch - when you depress the clutch lever or pedal, you pull at a Cable whose other end is attached to the fork that operates the pressure plate in the clutch assembly. Hydraulic clutch - when you depress the clutch lever or pedal, you push at a piston in a Master cylinder. Pushing at the piston pressurizes the hydraulic fluid in the master cylinder, and in the hose leading to a Slave cylinder placed at the clutch. The piston in the slave cylinder extends and operates the pressure plate in the clutch assembly.
Your throw-out bearing has went bad in the clutch assembly. You will have to replace the bearing. Inquire about a throw-out bearing at your local auto-parts store. It is a good rule of thumb that if you're going to dissasemble the clutch assembly, you should replace the clutch, and pressure plate too! When clutch-assy has been removed, check the fly-wheel for scarring on its face where the clutch assembly was once attached. The face should be smooth, and the fly-wheel should NOT be warped, pitted, or damaged! If it is, replace it before you put a brand new clutch assembly back onto the vehicle. FabianTrahan Shadetree-Mech
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That would be a clutch fan hub and bearing assembly.
No. The clutch is cable-actuated from the pedal assembly to the throw-out/release bearing fork asembly. There is no hydraulic assist in the clutch system.
The clutch pedal assembly has a clutch rod that pushes in on a clutch master cylinder. There is a hydro line that goes from the master cylinder to the slave cylinder.
Either the brake and clutch pedal assembly needs lubrication or you have a size 14 shoe.
The neutral safety switch is found under the clutch pedal on a Pontiac Sunfire. Crawl under the cars steering column to see and reach the unit.
1. Remove clutch pedal assembly from car. 2. Remove fulcrum bolt. 3. Install clutch assist spring. 4. Align fulcrum (say, with a screwdriver tip). 5. Insert fulcrum bolt. 6. Reinstall clutch pedal assembly.