Worn bearing and new belt is tighter than worn one?
i would start by replacing fuse disconnect pto clutch,turn ignition switch on engage pto switch if fuse doese not blow, the problem is in the pto clutch or re-set air gap in the clutch
Start with replacing the thermostat, it may be stuck open.
The clutch start switch is bad.you will find it at the top of the clutch pedal
when the clutch releases at the very top, that usually indicates that the clutch needs replacing. the clutch may just need adjustment. one more thing, the clutch on Chevy s-10's usually release high anyway.
A corroded distributor cap and rotor will cause a vehicle to be difficult if not impossible to start and may cause the motor to run rough. If a manual transmission is jerky the clutch slave cylinder or clutch may need replacing ( clutch slipping ). It would also do to check the clutch lines for leaking fluid.
on the 4.0 jeep, if it cranks, but wont start, try replacing the crank sensor, located at the top rear of the engine, at the transmission
The clutch parts that wear out would be the clutch master cylinder and the clutch slave cylinder. Replacing the clutch master cylinder requires disconnecting the hydraulic line, unbolting and removing the master from the vehicle, bench bleeding the new master, install the new master then bleeding the system. Replacing the clutch slave cylinder requires removing the transmission assembly. I would recommend purchasing a shop repair manual for that vehicle if you want to DIY.
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.
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.
after replacing the stearing colum what would cause it not to start. You may have disconnected the ignition switch.
This may be due to a faulty clutch. If the vehicle has over 70K on the clutch it is reccomended that it be replaced. If the clutch "slips" or takes a min before it finally engages then i would reccomed replacing the clutch. Make sure to change the Release Bearing and the pilot bearing as well this may also contribute to the problem.
possable a fuse is blown
How do you figure the starter is okay just by popping the clutch? Popping the clutch uses the driveline to turn the motor over. The starter is not involved at all.
Misadjusted or bad clutch safety switch? Usually located at the upper end of the clutch pedal
Clutch interlock should only prevent you from cranking the starter without the clutch depressed. You should be able to push start with this malfunctioning since the rotating motor is doing just what it would be if the starter worked.
Replacing the clutch slave cylinder requires removing the transmission assembly. I would recommend purchasing a shop repair manual for that vehicle if you intend on DIY.
you probably would first start out with replacing the headlight bulbs then work to the dimmer switch and electrical system from there you probably would first start out with replacing the headlight bulbs then work to the dimmer switch and electrical system from there
Start by replacing the battery in the remote.
When i used to jump start my rm80 i would find a small hill or have a friend push me at a decent speed, pull in the clutch shift to 1st gear, let out the clutch and give it some gas that will start it right up.
your shift linkages arent aligned proper, or there is something wrong with the cable.
If the clutch is bad, you would be able to hold the fan and start the car. The fan will not spin if the clutch is bad. If the clutch is good the fan spins at a high speed.
I would try replacing the fuel pressure regulator. That was my problem.
not the right mixture of coolant Was the serpentine belt put back on correctly?
The slave cylinder has failed and will need replaced.