You are replacing the water pump on your 1994 Safari everything was going fine until you got to the fan you got the 4 nuts off but the fan clutch won't come off any suggestions No other bolts?
you need to put the 4 bolts back in the pulley there are four little holes in the pulley were a special holding tool goes then put a wrench on the clutch and loosen, some of them fans had reverse threads so be careful. hope this helps you!
My car is going through the same issue with the A/C. You CAN replace the compressor clutch without replacing the compressor, but the caveat is that you can't tell if the compressor is any good without a clutch. So basically you are gambling that the compressor will still be good by only replacing the clutch. Hope this helps!
1997 S10 clutch releases at end of pedal would replacing master cylinder solve problem Clutch doesn't slip or chatter Thanks Phil?
You just bought a 92 Honda accord and you are having problems finding the correct place to bleed it so you can get the clutch to work Does anyone have any answers or suggestions?
Can you replace the air conditioner compressor clutch on a 2003 jeep liberty without replacing the entire compressor?
Removing and replacing the clutch on any motorcycle is an involved job. Your best bet is to purchase a book like the Haynes manual which will take you through removing the clutch basket and replacing the clutch plates. It will also instruct you on the correct set up and oil for the clutch. Correct set up of your clutch could save your life on any bike, so its best not to take chances by guessing.
Why might a 1988 Chevy Sprint Metro act like it is stuck in neutral after replacing the clutch and everything except the flywheel?
exhaust removal, driveshaft removal, shifter boot and shifter removal,transmission removal, removal of pressure plate and clutch disc, suggest replacing pilot bearing and replacing slave cylinder, removal and turning of flywheel, suggest replacing throw-out bearing. a full clutch kit will come with new pilot bearing, pressure plate and clutch disc, and throw-out bearing. generally a two man job
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.
yes you can replace the bearing...but by the time you drop the transmission to get to the bearing, you are better off replacing the clutch, pressure plate and throw out bearing!! so you can avoid taking everything else out later.......because if the bearing is going bad then the clutch and pressure plate probably not far behind!!
The exact way that this is done is notnecessarily the same on all vehicles or motors. However it involves the The removal of the tail shaft, the removal of the gearbox, then the removal of the pressure plate that holds the clutch plate in place from the fly wheel. (the big disc on the back of the motor). When the pressure plate is gone the clutch plate will come out. When replacing the clutch plate…
This is a big job and not one for a novice mechanic. yer i know it is ive done most of it but for some reason the clutch housing wont come off??? undone all the bolts around the casing got the drive shaft off....do i need to take both off???... done everything else i can think of anyone got any suggestions???
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.