Chaz, this is as weak as the last time you tried slam me and show your knowledge...
Yep, I did misunderstand the point about just replacing the same PP/clutch disk - doing some rehab to it, but you missed the SLAVE he replaced too, not just the TO Bearing. The SLAVE was the key.
If your clutch is thin, it disengages with the pedal nearer the floor. This is the same sympton a weak or leaking SLAVE has...
With an old clutch it is much like a slave cylinder going out, you don't get full disengagement, or at least not fast. With a new clutch you get disengagement sooner as your foot goes to the floor.
Same thing replacing a weak SLAVE, engagement happens farther away from the floorboards more or less depending upon the clutch/PP condition, newer clutch/PP gets sooner disengagement on the stroke, worn gives later in the stroke. Remember, these clutchs are not adjustable.
If his slave was going out (or the clutch was thin which will give the same effect) he would be just barely able to keep the car from moving and hence shifts in any direction would be notchy.
I'll be happy to receive your apology.
Of course, you could whine and get this thread removed just like the last one where you were 1) wrong 2) whining 3) tried unsuccesfully to insult me 4) did I mention wrong?
and here we are again...show us some pictures of your cars, ok? You know where mine are.
also - Oil? this type of reference is called a glittering generality, you talk of something but there are no statements to back it up.
It's kind of like the statement "Chaz, do you beat your wife often? No? How often do you beat her?"
I gotta go, I'm putting power seats from a 1994 Convertible in my 1987 Convertible - need to fab some adapters and get them put in this weekend.
Then I'm going to detail my Aero. You can see all of the pictures of this, because it's all *real*, on the memebers photos.
Mike Sold a red 9-5 Wagon today, was talking to him when I was at Continental to borrow a meter.
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