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Old 04-21-2008, 08:58 AM
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pressure plate on backwards??

I think he may have meant 'clutch disk in backwards'? I know on some clutches, this is impossible (the Camry I just did), but I don't know about a 'cruiser. Hang in there, Ige!

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Old 04-21-2008, 09:06 AM
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+1 on the master cylinder not returning fully and pressure building in the system, preventing full disengagement. Had it on a motorcycle too. Brake system, but otherwise identical symptoms.
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Old 04-21-2008, 09:19 AM
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Rear main seal...

Turned the flywheel while it was off?

Is this the kind of flywheel where the pressure plate bolts to a lower step than the friction surface?
If it is the stepped kind, and they cleaned up the friction surface, but not the lower step where the pressure plate bolts (because pulling out the pins is extra work)
Then, essentially, the clutch disk is "thinner," which lets the fingers on the pressure plate stick out more, so it touches. the t-out bearing.
That might explain, "What changed."
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Old 04-21-2008, 09:24 AM
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oops. yeah, meant clutch disk on backwards...easy to do and it fits and looks fine
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Old 04-21-2008, 09:24 AM
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clutch disc looked new and mike and i are positive that it's in correctly. plus, the entire issue appears to be hydraulic.
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But seriously, you should be able to depress the slave back into its cylinder and push fluid back into the reservoir with no pedal pressure. If not... you found your issue.
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Sorry Ige no help here, I would suspect that it is hydraulic at this point or something that has been overlooked.

Just wanted to sympathize, this kind of stuff STINKS! You'll get 'er done!
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got a master rebuild kit and new slave, so i'll be doing that tonight. also got a trailer plug kit and made and extension for the trailer wiring that was too short.

so what will go wrong next?
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...so what will go wrong next?
If it were me, I would spend all week looking for the cylinder hone.
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Old 04-21-2008, 03:22 PM
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Montecor got a brand new Sachs Clutch and pressureplate when I replaced the motor and it was working groovy when I gave it to you (wasn't it???) why the work? shorter throw?
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