Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 22:15:25 +0200
From: frode <fh_nospannospammica.no>
Subject: Re: New clutch noisy


On 23 May 2004 12:57:54 GMT, Dave Hinz <DaveMay2004nospam-creek.net> wrote: > On Sun, 23 May 2004 11:33:20 +0200, frode <fh_nospannospammica.no> wrote: >> On 23 May 2004 02:07:04 GMT, Dave Hinz <DaveMay2004nospam-creek.net> >> wrote: >> >>> No, that's neither suspect nor particularly silly, assuming you got >>> all the grit out of there. >> >> Washed it with alcohol afterwards > > Well, that's not it then. Was the flywheel blued which might indicate > warping or other problems? What was the problem with the clutch you > replaced, and how bad was it? Did you remove the flywheel from the > crankshaft for this purpose? (long-shot, not sure if that could matter, > but worth ruling out). >> >> I can think of only three possible explanations, listed in order of >> probability: >> 1. The disk is doing some high-frequency judder, causing the spring >> action >> to >> produce the metallic stream >> 2. Problem with the disk itself, but its a genuine Sachs > > These two would be unusual, being Sachs especially. > >> 3. Disk wrong way > 4. Pressure plate not flat, causing 1. above maybe? > > I'm going to sit back at this point & see if a couple of others chime in > with suggestions. I think either way, it involves a teardown > I'm afraid. > > Please let us know what you find? A bit SAABS magic:-) Like a clutch disk being able to flip around inside that tight space!!? And with a driveshaft through it! Maybe David Copperfield or one of his likes are in the neighborhood? > Dave Hinz > -- Frode

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