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clutch going out again?

Discussion in 'Elite Explorer 911!' started by ExplorerX91, December 31, 2004.

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  1. ExplorerX91

    ExplorerX91 Active Member

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    okay, i know the clutch is going out when ur sitting there pushing on the gas and all its doing is the rpms going up... ive already replaced my cltuch flywheel and all that good sutff not too long ago it seemed like, like 6 months maybe, so im just wondering if it could be somthing else... like the fluids or something before i take the transfer and tranny all out which is a pain in my .......... let me know thanks jared
     
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  3. jimbo74

    jimbo74 Elite Exploder Elite Explorer

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    when you replaced your clutch, did you also replace the slave cylinder?
     
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    Perhaps you have a leak at your rear main seal that is getting oil on the flywheel, or your slave cylinder has leaked brake fluid on the flywheel, or something with your new clutch has failed. You have to be pretty hard on a clutch to smoke it in 6 months.
     
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    i have a clutch that i put on my toyota myself about a year ago.. its a centerforce dual friction... and i beat the crap out of my truck...... and its still working fine... something isnt right if its jsut been 6 months....
     






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